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About us
The Carolina Microfinance Initiative (CMI) exists as a center to catalyze interest and facilitate action in microfinance on the campus of University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. We are a seedbed for the growth of industry knowledge and we are a call for the informed engagement of our community in the world at large.

Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Gantumur
    Mongolia
    Gantumur received a loan from Amber Peterman to build an extension onto her house in order to conserve energy.
    Amber Peterman
    0% repaid
  • Senerita
    Samoa
    Senerita received a loan from Richard to buy equipment and supplies.
    Richard
    0% repaid
  • Hoy
    Cambodia
    Hoy received a loan from Carolina to build a latrine for her family.
    Carolina
    0% repaid
  • Masiah
    Indonesia
    Masiah received a loan from Amber Peterman to buy and build a bathroom, septic tank, and closet at their home to improve access to water and sanitation for her family.
    Amber Peterman
    1% repaid
  • Terraclear
    Lao People's Democratic Republic
    Terraclear received a loan from Richard to purchase a truck to deliver water filters to remote areas of Laos.
    Richard
    0% repaid
  • Brenda Guadalupe
    El Salvador
    Brenda Guadalupe received a loan from S. Jeuland to purchase cement, brick, sand, gravel, iron, and sheeting; and to pay labor costs for the construction of a room.
    S. Jeuland
    4% repaid
  • Raices Del Manglar Group
    Ecuador
    Raices Del Manglar Group received a loan from S. Jeuland to stock up on coconut - it is sold a lot in this area since it is being used to fabricate hand soap, oils, cookies and shampoo.
    S. Jeuland
    9% repaid
  • Lusine
    Armenia
    Lusine received a loan from Amber Peterman to purchase three pigs, expand the barn and purchase fertilizer for land cultivation.
    Amber Peterman
    77% repaid
  • Antonio
    El Salvador
    Antonio received a loan from Richard to buy handicrafts and go to resell them, since his clients always demand 50% of the product value, and the rest after he sells them.
    Richard
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

36
Team Members
$19,150
Amount Loaned
747
Loans
20.8
Loans per member

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