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Benefiting the developing world

The developing countries of the world are those with low life expectancy, education, and income relative to other countries. The World Bank defines a developing county as one with a low or lower middle annual income per person of $4,000 or less. The UK's income per person was $37,780 in 2011.

Equity investments

Community shares, company shares and depository receipts.  Read more

Charity bonds, business bonds and debentures

Long term loans to either a charity or a business.  Read more