Small Loans Can Make a Huge Difference Mar 24
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Meet Niruta. She used a $215 loan plus $115 of her money to buy 1 male and 4 female goats. She repaid her loan, sold a few goats and still has 10 with plans to add more. She is pleased her husband can stay home to help in her business rather than migrating for menial work in India.  She writes she is "... very happy with the loan provided by PJBS/TCP Global and wanted to thank that organization which sent these funds to PJBS to support poor farmers living in remote areas in Nepal." 

With an $84 loan, Balkissa bought a 25-liter can of oil and a bag of wheat flour. In the morning, she makes donuts bought by those who go to the fields. In the evening she sells to young people in her village in Niger
This Sudanese refugee in the BidiBidi camp used a $54 loan to buy a goat, a pair of ducks (which are now 10) and sow a maize and sorghum garden. Her income has increased. 
She says it is fortunate she has the extra income since the world food program reduced rations for refugees. "Thank God for bring us TCP Global program"
While our primary mission is economic empowerment, there are positive ripple effects. Most TCP Global borrowers contribute in some way to improved food security.
DIG borrower in Kenya.
Ercilia has received multiple loans through La Olla Milagrosa in Fundacion, Colombia
Pamela generates income selling seeds to other farmers. A glass goes for 250Ksh ($0.25).
Kiminini in Kenya 

With her loan, Claire bought nutritive feeds & salt licks, dewormed the cows and planted nutritional grasses  Cows that barely produced enough milk for her family now yield profits that enabled Claire to buy 7 chickens.  
" Thanks to the TCP loan, through the proceeds I made from my poultry business, I was able to secure a chance for my daughter in a private school. I was able to buy her a new pair of uniform, books and a bag pack. Secondly, I have also gained confidence to speak in parent meetings since I am able to pay school fees on time. Long live TCP"  Says Claire, a Kiminini borrower in Kenya. 
While increased income is the initial goal, loans are about much more. Loans empower women to change their lives in countless ways. 
Emmy translates for Alice whose loan from TCP Global empowered her to become a community leader. She says loans contributed to a sharp decline in domestic violence as women gain respect and economic hardships subside. 
This leader of the ALIO women's savings group in Uganda speaks of empowered women, gender equity and freedom to pursue opportunities.
Yumbe, Uganda borrower expanded her business and now has bought a lot on which to build a home. 
"The developing world is full of entrepreneurs and visionaries who, with access to education, equity and credit would play a key role in developing the economic situation in their countries."               Muhammad Yunus
TCP Global is grateful for recent donations from the groups below to help pay for fiscal sponsor services provided by the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA).  These donations support NPCA project administration and NPCA's overall mission. 100% of regular donations are distributed as micro loans. 
We would love to add your group's logo here as well. 
Until Peace Corps is back in the field, TCP Global is a good substitute for Peace Corps Partnership Projects for supporting development in small and remote communities around the world.
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