United Nations headquarters in New York displays this Norman Rockwell
"Golden Rule" mosaic.
Muhammad Yunus, who received the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, connects human rights and peace to ending poverty.
TCP Globalprovides resources. TCP Global+ is what change-makers do with those resources.
Entrepreneurs invest in education, nutrition, health and well-being.
Grassroots partner earnings improve communities.
TCP Global + P2P make affordable and sustainable health and sanitation improvements available to partners and entrepreneurs.
Sawyer Water Filter ladies are trained to share clean water with 3 other families.
This makes clean water affordable and available for many more people.
TCP Global borrowers in the Yumbe Rotary Club live the motto on their shirts: "Caring for Humanity."
The Rotary Club of Yumbe, Uganda works to improve health, hygiene and sanitation in some of the poorest villages in Yumbe.
Malaria eradication is a community effort. No one is safe from malaria until everyone within five miles is malaria-free.
Display at U.N. headquarters in New York City.
Zakari Hassane (left) of Potentiel Terre brought TCP Global loans to 10 villages in post conflict areas of Niger.
Six more villages in a conflict-prone area are waiting to join.
100% of Yumbe borrowers were displaced by conflict at some point in their lives, including over 250 Sudanese in the BidiBidi Refugee Camp. Those with raised hands are also widows.
"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
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