TOV Investor Report
JDC, the world’s largest Jewish humanitarian organization, also assists non-Jewish communities in distress in the spirit of “Tikkun Olam”, repairing the world. The TOV model is based on a revolving fund: once TOV farmers lift themselves and their families out of chronic poverty, they replenish the reserve by paying back their loans for the next wave of farmers to receive Israeli drip irrigation and hybrid seeds. This financially sustainable model is our path to feed the hungry and heal the world.
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