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Heifer International


United States of America

Heifer International does so much more than put food in the mouths of hungry people. Heifer helps people feed themselves. The goal of every Heifer project is sustainability project partners achieving self reliance.Heifer makes commitment at 2011 Clinton Global Initiative Annual meeting to help tens of thousands of families in Haiti Heifer announces its new approach Beyond Subsistence to scale up program impact 2010 Heifer names Pierre Ferrari its new Chief Executive Officer Jo Luck as President of Heifer International awarded the co laureate of the World Food Prize Manchester College Display Case with Jan Shrock daughter of Dan West Direct Marketing Association's Nonprofit Federation names Heifer International Nonprofit Organization of the year Heifer response to the earthquake in Haiti by helping residents rebuild. 2008 Heifer International receives the Bon Appetit Award 1. Heifer given the National AIA Honor Award for 2008 See All

Type: Other Capital Providers Geography: Asia Impact: Food Security

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Mercy Corps


United States of America

Mercy Corps is a leading global humanitarian agency saving and improving lives in the world's toughest places. Poverty. Conflict. Disaster. In more than 40 countries they partner with local people to put bold ideas into action help them overcome adversity and build stronger communities. Now and for the future.Mercy Corps has responded to nearly every global emergency over the past 20 years.Since 1979 we have provided $3.7 billion in lifesaving assistance throughout the world. Each year we infuse millions of dollars into local economies through small business loans and grants to provide livelihoods for the world s most vulnerable people. We are empowering more than 100000 youth trapped by violent conflict to overcome the profound stress of war and become change makers in their communities.

Type: Other Capital Channels & Intermediaries Geography: Global Impact: Conflict Resolution

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Working Capital for Community Needs


United States of America

Founded in 1984, Working Capital for Community Needs (WCCN) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit impact investing fund whose mission is to create opportunities for access to microfinance, services and markets to improve the lives and communities of the working poor in Latin America. WCCN empowers low-income Latin American entrepreneurs by sustaining partnerships with microfinance organizations and farming cooperatives in Ecuador, El Salvador, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua and Peru. We serve 30,000 people every year and have invested $110 million in Latin America since 1991.

Type: Investment Fund Manager Geography: Americas Impact: Access to Financial Services

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