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How it works: Education workers provide goods and services to schools - or even start their own schools, offering education from the preschool to the professional training level.

Why it's important: Universal access to quality education is still a distant dream in most developing countries. Government-provided schools are often too far away, too expensive, or of poor quality. Social entrepreneurs step in to fill the gap, opening affordable academies for children of low-income communities, and offering training that allows young adults to qualify for higher-paying professional jobs.

What your loan can do: Small-scale business owners typically serve low-income students at discounted tuition rates. This allows them to cover their costs, but makes it difficult to accumulate enough revenue to reinvest in growing the business. Loans make it possible to add classrooms, teachers, computers and other educational equipment, increasing the capacity of the school, so that larger numbers of students can be connected to education sooner.


Education Volunteer Mentor
$257
Needed

Bridget Chamene K. Chikosa
Mufulira, Zambia

0% 
Funded
$257 
Still Needed
13
Days Left
Education
$236
Needed

Isaac Asmah
Dantano, Ghana

0% 
Funded
$236 
Still Needed
13
Days Left
Education Volunteer Mentor
$423
Needed

Mwaanga Kunda
Kitwe, Zambia

61% 
Funded
$423 
Still Needed
1
Hour Left
Education
$205
Needed

Oduro Addison
Techiman, Ghana

2% 
Funded
$205 
Still Needed
13
Days Left
Education
$29
Needed

Fajrul Hukmi Poetra
Medan, Indonesia

32% 
Funded
$29 
Still Needed
12
Days Left
Education Volunteer Mentor
$1579
Needed

Purity Mwirigi
Meru, Kenya

0% 
Funded
$1,579 
Still Needed
10
Days Left
Education
$100%
Repaid
Indonesia

School fees

Susanti -
Bekasi, Indonesia

$12 
Raised
100% 
Repaid
2
Days Old