You are helping to break the cycle of poverty

10% of the world lives on less than $1.90 a day and the cycle of poverty is strong. Some of the biggest tools to fight poverty come from the simplest solutions—training, loans, seeds, animals, and access to a marketplace. Helping someone provide for themselves provides change that will last a lifetime and effects that can be seen for generations. Women in particular feel the effects of entering a marketplace previously closed to them, providing dependable income, self-reliance, and even safety, to them and their children.


Angela’s Ginger

Angela holds her one-year-old son in her arms, he is slowly falling asleep in the Timor-Leste heat. As a single mother, Angela is the sole

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Chum’s Story

Chum (52) and her husband Heang, once worked hard on their rice field to help make ends meet for their family. 7 years ago, Chums

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