In Malawi, a low-income is defined as living on less than $120 per month.
Thousands of Roma living in slums on the outskirts of Prilep, Macedonia's fourth largest city, are using our micro-loans to legalise their situation.
In Bulgaria, our project to rebuild and renovate Roma slums to tackle local urban poverty is happening at steady pace, one home at a time. And each new home has a profound impact on its community.
Marina lives with her husband, children alongside her sister’s family and their parents in the same home.
Discover our latest documentary on how we use microcredit to tackle some of the root causes of poverty in Uganda - narrated by Ronald, our volunteer coordinator in the country.
Kealabale Sathaga has lived in Moshana for 76 years on a plot of land she and her two sisters inherited from their parents.