I found it its under UnitedProsperity.org and guess what I have to log in again. Please do us a big favour and end this non sense I only what to log in once.

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Hi Ken,

We currently have the main website - http://www.unitedprosperity.org and the community website - http://unitedprosperity.ning.com. Both have two different sign ons. On the main website you can see the funds in your account and support entrepreneurs.

We will be doing away with the community website http://unitedprosperity.ning.com and having all the community features in the main website itself. It is a fairly significant effort in terms of development and we have just started that.

Given that we have limited software development capacity it is at times a challenge in rolling out new software features quickly. But we will get there in a few months.

Thanks for your patience.

Best Regards

Bhalchander
Bhalchander,
Excellent news. I hope that soon you can cover other areas of our planet. I am enjoying being an international banker.

Ken.
Hi Ken,

We are looking forward to covering other areas. We have got serious inquiries from a few countries - Kenya, Palestine. We plan to get there in some time.

We also want to sign up our second partner in India where we have a bank partnership. I am visiting Prayas (http://www.prayas4development.org/index.htm) this Friday and Saturday. They work in Kutch (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kutch_District). I will write about my visit after meeting them.

Please continue to invite your friends to join UnitedProsperity.org. We need a greater inflow on guarantees to support more partners and countries. At some point when we have more partners and countries that be itself will attract more individual guarantors, but till then we will have to actively recruit new guarantors.

Best Regards

Bhalchander
How about Thailand ?
http://fellowsblog.kiva.org/2010/06/12/kiva-in-the-kingdom/
"the Thai government has an imposed 15% withholding fee on any loan originating outside of the country and filtering in. "
The answer may be to offer micro-savings accounts instead.

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/report-on-business/economy/economy-l...
_I am not sure, i have seen MFI's forcing people to save when getting a loan, the result may seem good, but the result is that they get litle interest on savings, and thus increasing the cost of the loan.
Hello Ken,

Ning has introduced social sign on as of today. So users can sign onto the community site (http://http://unitedprosperity.ning.com) with their facebook, yahoo or gmail ids onto ning.

The main website http://www.unitedprosperity.org already supports third party sign on.

Cheers

Bhalchander
Ken,

Nice articles. The Haiti article is particularly amazing. I don't know much about Haiti but it seems that Microfinance Institutions are keeping things together despite great odds.

Best Regards

Bhalchander

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