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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

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Ninziza Group
    Burundi
    Ninziza Group received a loan from Richard to purchase many shoes to resell, so as to earn more.
    Richard
    0% repaid
  • Les Freres Unis Group
    Burkina Faso
    Les Freres Unis Group received a loan from Richard buy four sheep to fatten and resell, and three bags of fertilizer for the seeds.
    Richard
    0% repaid
  • Kutbiya
    Kyrgyzstan
    Kutbiya received a loan from Amber Peterman to buy fertilizers for growing environmentally-friendly vegetables and to purchase a dairy cow.
    Amber Peterman
    0% repaid
  • John Jairo
    Colombia
    John Jairo received a loan from Richard to buy an industrial saw.
    Richard
    0% repaid
  • Caroline
    United States
    Caroline received a loan from Richard to cover operating and payroll expenses for her new shop.
    Richard
    3% repaid
  • Nemesia
    Philippines
    Nemesia received a loan from Richard to buy more materials like abaca fiber for her business.
    Richard
    18% repaid
  • Raad
    Palestine
    Raad received a loan from George to buy raw materials to make new greenhouses on his farm.
    George
    0% repaid
  • Anonymous
    Peru
    Anonymous received a loan from Stephen to buy parts for his motorized taxi.
    Stephen
    0% repaid
  • Adalberto
    Colombia
    Adalberto received a loan from Stephen to buy beef, chicken and fish in a larger volume.
    Stephen
    30% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

34
Team Members
$18,800
Amount Loaned
734
Loans
21.6
Loans per member