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We want to alleviate world povery

About us
Recently, blogger Mary Jaksch of goodlifezen.com and Arvind Devalia of www.arvinddevalia.com/blog/ have joined forces to host the first BLOG WITH HEART CHALLENGE 2009/2010

This is a friendly challenge between blogs to see which blog is willing to raise the most loans for its Kiva lending team.

You can find out more about the Blog with Heart Challenge here: goodlifezen.com/the-blog-with-heart-challenge/

The Challenge has only just kicked off but a good number of bloggers have already joined, and their lending groups have collectively raised over $10,000 in loans as part of the Blog with Heart Challenge.

The Challenge runs during the month of December.

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Team Activity

  • Mujahed
    Palestine
    Mujahed received a loan from Grzegorz to buy a new machine for cleaning carpets.
    Grzegorz
    0% repaid
  • Terraclear
    Lao People's Democratic Republic
    Terraclear received a loan from Mete to purchase a truck to deliver water filters to remote areas of Laos.
    Mete
    0% repaid
  • Esther
    Kenya
    Esther received a loan from Grzegorz to purchase more clothes and clothing materials.
    Grzegorz
    0% repaid
  • Changamoto Group
    Tanzania
    Changamoto Group received a loan from Grzegorz to buy more plates, bowls, cups, hot pots, flasks, etc. to resell.
    Grzegorz
    22% repaid
  • Gulbahor
    Tajikistan
    Gulbahor received a loan from Linda to buy seeds and mineral fertilizers.
    Linda
    14% repaid
  • Eulogio
    El Salvador
    Eulogio received a loan from Mete to grow corn and beans, apply fertilisers and manure to crops, and to prepare pastures for cattle to graze.
    Mete
    0% repaid
  • Jerome
    Uganda
    Jerome received a loan from Mete buy sugar, salt, and other general merchandise items to sell.
    Mete
    50% repaid
  • Peter
    Uganda
    Peter received a loan from Mete to buy sugar, posho (cornmeal staple) and cooking oil for selling.
    Mete
    30% repaid
  • Solomon
    Ghana
    Solomon received a loan from Mete to pay for labor costs, tractor use and inputs.
    Mete
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

15
Team Members
$7,275
Amount Loaned
279
Loans
18.6
Loans per member