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As students, faculty, alumni, staff and friends of the Josef Korbel School of International Studies we believe in giving back to the world.

About us
The Josef Korbel School of International Studies giving team is composed of students, faculty and staff at the Josef Korbel School who believe in international development and helping people to help themselves.

Location: Denver, CO       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Gohar
    Armenia
    Gohar received a loan from John to buy a cow and fodder for all her farm cattle.
    John
    0% repaid
  • Kyar Kone Village
    Myanmar (Burma)
    Kyar Kone Village received a loan from Button to rent farm equipment, purchase petrol for farm equipment, and hire farm staff.
    Button
    0% repaid
  • Gjela
    Albania
    Gjela received a loan from Button to repair a damaged animal stable.
    Button
    0% repaid
  • Karen
    United States
    Karen received a loan from Button to expand services provided by her fitness business and take on more clients.
    Button
    $3,975 to go
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  • Deron
    St Vincent
    Deron received a loan from Button to pay for a vehicle to assist his mother in the delivery process and purchase kitchen equipment and grocery.
    Button
    0% repaid
  • Yaya's Group
    Senegal
    Yaya's Group received a loan from Button to buy 50 x 20 kgs buckets of peanut paste for resale in local markets.
    Button
    0% repaid
  • Jose
    Mozambique
    Jose received a loan from Button to buy building materials such as sand, cement and other items.
    Button
    14% repaid
  • Zema
    Georgia
    Zema received a loan from Button to purchase a cow.
    Button
    4% repaid
  • Binta's Group
    Senegal
    Binta's Group received a loan from Button to purchase 5 kilos of netetou (a local spice), for 400 XOF per kilo ; one basket of dried fish (40,000 XOF), and a twenty-liter bottle of lemon juice (5,000 XOF); and to pay a 5,000-XOF transportation fee.
    Button
    0% repaid
  • Elsie
    Philippines
    Elsie received a loan from Button to pay for sugar, milk, oil, and noodles to sell.
    Button
    16% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

18
Team Members
$10,925
Amount Loaned
431
Loans
23.9
Loans per member