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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  • Africa Self-Help Fund

    Invest in Self-help efforts rather than to programs.  All donations here go entirely to the residents for the efforts they are leading. You can designate if you want your donation to go to projects in a particular African country, or to a specific type of project such as solar or water, etc.  Look at the projects listed on this Mutuality Platform and invest directly to an individual venture or a broader collective project.  New projects and countries will continue to be added.
    Africa
    23.04 %
    Funded
    $115,200.00
    Backed
  • Patience Business Center

    Patience is a very good, persuasive saleswomen who has a used women clothes business. She was not able to make very much when the lockdown happened but now as things get better she is ready to grow her business. Your investment is very needed now..
    Paynesville, Liberia
    40 %
    Funded
    $100.00
    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
    5.6 %
    Funded
    $280.00
    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
    27.39 %
    Funded
    $4,835.00
    Backed
  • God’s Favor Business Center

    Esther sells red oil for cooking and ground nuts. She wants to add Lappa, tie and dye bedsheets and handmade Africian costumes and children's clothing to her shop. With a small investment she was able to grow her sales by 75% and can do more as the lockdown eases.
    Buchanan, Liberia
    34 %
    Funded
    $170.00
    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
    31.67 %
    Funded
    $95.00
    Backed
  • Successful Computers Hub

    Eugene Tarr is a hard-working father of four, skilled in desktop publishing, graphic design, hardware and email services. Investment in his business will him help start selling stationary materials at his shop and offering computer training to those in the community.  In March before the Covid lockdown he was able to grow his business income by 168% by July. With an investment he can continue that growth.
    Buchanan, Liberia
    20 %
    Funded
    $120.00
    Backed
  • Abraham's Small Banking Business Center

    A savvy 29-year old entrepreneur, Abraham is looking to expand his mobile and money services business. With just a small investment he was able to increase his sales by 50% and can continue to grow now that the lockdown is ending.  He needs an investment to open his own shop and also sell electronics like phones. As his business grows, he will offer employment and leadership training to young entrepreneurs and students in his community, as well as continue to look after his family.
    Buchanan, Liberia
    44.44 %
    Funded
    $200.00
    Backed