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22
Aug

Fund Raising

To be truly effective PaP needs a reasonable level of funding.  Ongoing projects and growth are to be achieved through the generosity of donors and investors as well as operational earnings. A strong balance sheet and a successful track record may also open doors to loan funding (when appropriate), particularly for projects requiring significant capital

22
Aug

Our Commitment

Pap has a commitment to a Christian ethos and our unpaid board members comprise people from business, professional and Christian backgrounds with the necessary skills and vision to manage a successful not for profit organisation.  By generating revenue from interest payments the expenses of the organisation are not a drain on donated funds.  PaPʼs structure

04
Apr

Supporting Good Cause

Partners against Poverty Inc provides people in all parts of the world with the opportunity to help people living in poverty to become financially independent. Help us today to plan for new projects to expand our mission areas. Donate a small amount to make a huge difference!

04
Apr

Most Trusted One

As far as possible, we will partner with existing agencies that can help us identify, develop and monitor suitable projects.  

04
Apr

Our Unique Strategy

We use a unique strategy of making small loans, or we work alongside families, individuals, small groups or communities supporting them as they start their own enterprise. We offer a “hand up” rather than a “handout” – the latter can create dependence and rob people of their dignity.

03
Apr

A Unique Opportunity

“All human beings have the inner capacity not only to care for themselves but also to contribute to the increasing well-being of the world as a whole.  Some get the chance to explore their potential to some degree.  Many never get any opportunity to unwrap this wonderful gift they were born with.  They die with

03
Apr

The Need

If you were to visit most countries in S.E. Asia you would quickly discover the hardship and deprivation affecting millions of people. Most of these families are trying to live out a miserable existence on the equivalent of less than $2 each day.  In some areas many families live on less than 50 cents per

03
Apr

Hand up not a Hand out

Itʼs easy to understand a reluctance to give to charities. People may question whether the funds actually reach the cause, and whether it really makes a difference.  The world economic situation has reduced the capacity of some to give, the result being that the misery of poverty continues with little chance of immediate change.  At