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About Opportunity International

Opportunity International is a global non-profit organization that helps people in developing nations work their way out of poverty. Since 1971, the organization has provided more than $8.5 billion in loans, savings programs, insurance and training to more than 10 million clients in 22 countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and Europe. Clients use the resources to expand businesses, provide for their families and create jobs in their communities. Discover more: opportunity.org.

About Opportunity International & Global Citizen

Providing community entrepreneurs with access to financial services and creating jobs are two of the most effective ways we've helped our clients break the cycle of poverty. There’s another crucial factor: informed, passionate individuals working together to form effective movements for change and eliminate poverty. We’re part of GC because we want to help our clients create 20MM jobs by 2020, impacting well over 100 million lives. A big goal, yes, but achievable together with global citizens.

Stories

  1. Article: Dear Mom, I travel the world thanks to you!
    Girls & Women

    Dear Mom, I travel the world thanks to you!

    By Allison Kooser|May 6, 2016|Opportunity International

    Allison Kooser's beautiful letter to her mom this Mother's Day. Read more

  2. Article: Why I'm happy to be hangry this week
    Food & Hunger

    Why I'm happy to be hangry this week

    By Allison Kooser|April 24, 2015|Opportunity International

    Alison Kooser talks about her decision to Live Below the Line. Read more

  3. Article: Advancing the world's women
    Girls & Women

    Advancing the world's women

    April 16, 2015|Opportunity International

    Investing in economic opportunities for women is smart business. Read more

  4. Article: True confession: I told a lie
    Food & Hunger

    True confession: I told a lie

    By Allison Kooser|April 16, 2015|Opportunity International

    I have never actually had nothing to eat. But for many people, food scarcity is real. Read more

  5. Article: Seeing yellow
    Citizenship

    Seeing yellow

    By Allison Kooser|April 16, 2015|Opportunity International

    Here’s a hint. This is about much more than yellow. Read more

  6. Article: This #GivingTuesday, help me make my job irrelevant
    Citizenship

    This #GivingTuesday, help me make my job irrelevant

    By Allison Kooser|April 16, 2015|Opportunity International

    The reason I have a job is because people don’t know about global poverty. I want to change that. Read more

  7. Article: Sacrifice and other marks of love
    Citizenship

    Sacrifice and other marks of love

    April 16, 2015|Opportunity International

    Brad Skeba talks about why he believes in investing in opportunity for all around the world. Read more