Individuals, small businesses, and local organizations who are living and existing within a local economy that share what we call a communal debt.
Below are some groups that dayra can be used as a medium of interdependence and circulation of communal debt. They are only an example of the first stage of the system, but can be expanded based on each locality.
Artists and educators
Freelancers: translators, installers, graphic designers, farmers, service providers.
Small studios: animation, graphic design, architecture, media, etc
Small businesses: family and communal farms, family and small shops that sell local products, carpenters and blacksmiths, restaurants, clinics, hair dressers etc
Local products manufacturers: food makers, soap makers, fabrics makers, etc
Organizations: Cultural organizations, social support organizations, legal support, economical aid, health care organizations, agricultural support, etc