Who We Serve

World Concern provides business loans or banking services in Bangladesh, Haiti, South Sudan and Kenya. These services are helping transform the lives of people in isolated rural villages and crowded urban slums.

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How We Help

World Concern helps people overcome obstacles with fair lending practices, reasonable interest rates and training to help business owners succeed. We teach Biblical values in the marketplace to help ensure loan recipients run their businesses ethically.

Microloans / We seek out heads of households—male or female—who would otherwise be unable to start their own business. Loan amounts range from less than $100 to more than $2,000. More than 95% of loans are repaid in full.

Financial Service Associations / In places with little infrastructure, we help communities start village savings banks, or financial service associations (FSAs). FSA members can also borrow money to expand their businesses.

Savings Groups / Like mini credit unions, smaller savings groups in rural villages enable members to save and borrow money. Members contribute a certain amount each week, then take turns borrowing and repaying loans.


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Together, we provide opportunities for lasting change and sustainable improvements in the health, lives, and livelihoods of those in greatest need.