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We loan because...
we get this hard to describe, no-brainer sort of feeling when it comes to lending through Kiva and empowering entrepreneurs by way of small collective loans. That this is a great idea for a great cause, and whilst at times we may not have an award winning reason that we can express in words for why we're doing this, we unexceptionably just do.And we are proud to do so!

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**UPDATE*
After consideration, rather than have two Australia kiva lending teams, it would be better working under one group. People have inputted and I have therefore decided to stop Kiva Australia and for anyone who wishes to join an Australian team, please join team "Australia", (see link below for the team):

www.kiva.org/community/viewTeam/?team_id=116


Location: Australia      

 

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Team Activity

  • Mahmmod
    Palestine
    Mahmmod received a loan from Mary-Lou to buy flagstones to pave his house and rebuild it.
    Mary-Lou
    $1,375 to go
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  • Khishigsuren
    Mongolia
    Khishigsuren received a loan from Mary-Lou to connect her house to a central electricity system in order to avoid burning coal.
    Mary-Lou
    0% repaid
  • Maysa
    Jordan
    Maysa received a loan from Katherine to pay for her next semester tuition.
    Katherine
    0% repaid
  • Norma Rodeh
    Mexico
    Norma Rodeh received a loan from Tom to buy winter clothing to sell.
    Tom
    0% repaid
  • Malama
    Samoa
    Malama received a loan from Suz to buy fertilizer, chemicals, new gloves, boots, overalls, a crowbar and a tiller.
    Suz
    0% repaid
  • Seutaatia
    Samoa
    Seutaatia received a loan from Suz to buy a sack of rice, onions, a bag of sugar, flour, cooking oil, canned drinks, snacks and frozen goods.
    Suz
    0% repaid
  • Meleseke
    Samoa
    Meleseke received a loan from Suz to buy crops, a new wheelbarrow, fertilizer, a spade, a machete and chemicals.
    Suz
    0% repaid
  • Ep Cishadu Group
    The Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Ep Cishadu Group received a loan from 1 team members rehabilitate his house.
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    12% repaid
  • Santos Samuel
    Peru
    Santos Samuel received a loan from 1 team members to invest in his corn crop.
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    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

50
Team Members
$20,075
Amount Loaned
669
Loans
13.4
Loans per member