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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

  • Shuhrat
    Tajikistan
    Shuhrat received a loan from Stephen to buy food items to widen the assortment of his goods.
    Stephen
    $350 to go
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  • La Confianza En Dios Group
    Nicaragua
    La Confianza En Dios Group received a loan from Stephen to buy motorcycle parts like batteries, lights, tires and other motorcycle and vehicle accessories.
    Stephen
    0% repaid
  • Leonardo Marcelo
    Ecuador
    Leonardo Marcelo received a loan from Stephen to buy clothing, newspapers, candy, and other treats.
    Stephen
    0% repaid
  • Esmeralda Yaneth
    El Salvador
    Esmeralda Yaneth received a loan from Amber Peterman to buy fertilizer, herbicide, and pesticide, and pay for labor and gasoline.
    Amber Peterman
    0% repaid
  • Al Tafaol Group
    Lebanon
    Al Tafaol Group received a loan from Amber Peterman to support her both established business in a well managed way through increasing her business merchandise with special flowers' seeds, fertilizers and accessories needs, in addition to buying the necessary chicken food and chicken raising needs.
    Amber Peterman
    0% repaid
  • Sabah
    Lebanon
    Sabah received a loan from Amber Peterman to start and additional income business to increase her income and develop her family's living.
    Amber Peterman
    0% repaid
  • José Luis
    Ecuador
    José Luis received a loan from Stephen to buy supplies and fuel..
    Stephen
    10% repaid
  • Sirenachayoc Group
    Peru
    Sirenachayoc Group received a loan from Richard to buy working materials including artificial and authentic wool.
    Richard
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

34
Team Members
$18,275
Amount Loaned
714
Loans
21.0
Loans per member