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JantaLoans.orgJantaLoans is a noble initiative whereby you will be capable of supporting students who live in impoverished conditions all over the world. The tenet of the whole system is that of making micropayments (or microloans) of $25 as a direct investment in any of the students that are featured on the database.


You will then be capable of tracking the academic progress of the student, and see how well he is doing. You can make further donations if you think he is truly exerting himself, too. Eventually, the loan will be repaid and you will have helped somebody in a developing country to qualify for a better job, and raise the living conditions of his family higher.

I don’t have to tell you how valuable I find sites like this one. They truly showcase that there is more to the Internet that reading what Perez Hilton has to say about Britney or Audrina Partidge. Not that there is anything wrong with that, but there are always better uses for everything. And the ones that help people realize their potential as human beings definitely fall in that category. In Their Own Words

“We empower you to invest in an actual student by funding her education microloan or scholarship with a small loan or a gift. All of the students on our website are real children, youth, or adults who have applied for a loan or have been recommended for a scholarship by our field partners. 100% of your investment goes directly to educate the specific student you choose, rather than to a regional or global program that indirectly benefits the student. Your support will make a huge impact in the student’s life, enabling her to complete her education and increase her lifetime earnings. Whether you choose a loan or a gift, the student will be expected to provide academic progress reports to you via our corresponding field partner.”

Why It Might Be A Killer

It puts the Internet to its most laudable use of all, and the concept in itself is very well-executed.

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What about supporting microdonations for amounts other than $25?

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