TCP Global partners spent over $10,000 for COVID relief.
The key difference in this relief is ...
It does not depend on the kindness of strangers.
Loan program earnings empower partners to take quick action to help their communities in any crisis, without submitting budgets and justifications for outside approval.
Micro-loans during the pandemic allow communities to produce their own food like the moringa cultivated above in Niger. The hothouse on the left extended the growing season in Nepal.
Program earnings paid for masks for moto drivers and for over 1000 lunches served from the Miracle Pot to residents of marginalized communities in Fundacion, Colombia.
"Mutual assistance and sharing of available resources is our most reliable strategy..." says John Dada, head of FANTSUAM in Nigeria, a TCP Global partner.
FANTSUAM used TCP Global earnings to provide COVID food relief in Kafanchan.
AGROVIDA reports that the situation is precarious in the La Libertad area of Trujillo, Peru. In exchange for a promise to stay home and stay safe, AGROVIDA provides free food to 60 of their most vulnerable families and continues to issue micro-loans as well.
How you can support TCP Global:
1) Connect us with potential loan partners in marginalized communities
2) Volunteer to mentor a loan program in a country you know well