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Genuine Need and Justice

We work with those who truly need an opportunity to improve the quality of their lives, and who can benefit from a modest level of support. We know that poverty is often the result of discrimination and racism, and give priority to groups who have been traditionally neglected.

Within a marginalized community are sub-groups of different ethnicities, religions and socioeconomic levels. Project groups are open to all of the sub-groups that are present in the community. This builds community solidarity and ends discrimination.

Project groups use the Genuine Need and Justice Cornerstone when deciding who will be the recipients of loans and pass-on animals.

Genuine Need and Justice in Action

We learned to give to those in genuine need, rather than to relatives. PROJECT PARTICIPANT

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