The Mutuality Platform

ImpactX proudly hosts The Mutuality Platform in partnership with the Community Independence Initiative and Ashoka.

The Mutuality Platform is a customized portion of ImpactX that supports the journey of impact projects in sync with the principles of Mutuality and are initiated by very poor people and groups, and micro-businesses.


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  • Keep our Hospital in Buchanan open

    KEEP THE ONLY HOSPITAL IN THE REGION OPEN. With the coronavirus pandemic under control in Liberia the focus is on purchasing essentials such as much needed gloves and  medications for the delivery of safe care to the citizens. Materials such as PPE will be purchased as needed. 
    Buchanan, Liberia
    37.31 %
    Funded
    $24,252.00
    Backed
  • Mayehdeh (The Woes of a Woman)

    Victoria, herself a victim of abuse and rape, has formed a club for young girls facing similar circumstances today.  She sells dry goods to support her four children as well, and also tries to help these teenage girls.  She doesn't have the trappings of a nonprofit which makes her efforts that much more relatable to the girls and sustainable.  Your investment can help her reach her vision of a Liberian run 'center' that can provide food, temporary shelter, education and counseling around sexual violence.  This is a tremendously important project.
    Paynesville, Liberia
    27.2 %
    Funded
    $680.00
    Backed
  • Kukatunor (we are one)

    This important community project is for a much needed Waste Management Company. Your investment will help keep their community cleaner and sanitary. It will attract less vermin and help decrease the amount of health hazards and filth in their community
    Paynesville, Liberia
    44.6 %
    Funded
    $1,115.00
    Backed
  • Solar Power for Liberia

    To give families and small businesses a variety of options for solar energy. The aim is to provide enough power to charge small at-home devices such as phone chargers, fans, lamps, sewing machines, and boost the overall capability and safety of Liberian families.
    Liberia
    3.2 %
    Funded
    $160.00
    Backed
  • Biofiltration Waste Treatment Solutions

    This project aims to provide sustainable, economical sanitation options to those who may lack plumbing or septic tanks. Compost toilets, which use natural processes like decomposition to recycle human waste, are one category of options available for families.
    Liberia
    7.8 %
    Funded
    $390.00
    Backed
  • The Fishing Village

    This fishing village of 200 families needs a refrigeration facility so that they can sell fresh fish, especially to restaurants, which will significantly improve their income. The World Bank started the project over 5 years ago but the contractors ran off with the funds to finish it.  Over the last 3 years the families themselves have saved $4,500 of the $17,650 needed to complete the work and install the power and refrigeration unit.  Your investment will make a huge difference.
    Paynesville, Liberia
    26.97 %
    Funded
    $4,760.00
    Backed
  • Benetta clothing store

    Benetta sells women's clothing. With your investment she will be able to buy more products and sell in the community market. She saves every month in a Susu (saving circle) to someday be able to sell from a store.  During the coronavirus pandemic, she gave money to her church to give food for the community.
    Paynesville, Liberia
    15 %
    Funded
    $45.00
    Backed
  • Every Thing Gets Time Tailoring

    Agnes is a hardworking and talented seamstress whose goal is not only to provide for her family of four but also to uplift the greater community. With her first small investment she was able to increase her earning by 200% before Covid. Under the Covid lock down she was hired to make masks and may get other contracts. She only has a foot powered sewing machine but hopes to someday have electricity and an electric sewing machine
    Buchanan, Liberia
    30 %
    Funded
    $120.00
    Backed