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Microloans have achieved incredible success in empowering individuals, reducing poverty, and developing communities all over the world!

About us
The Microfinance Alliance is a student group at the University of Minnesota that reaches out to students, faculty, and community members in the Minneapolis and St. Paul metro area. It exists to promote awareness of microfinance and connect organizations to people who want to get involved (and vice versa)! Many of its members are affiliated with the University's Carlson School of Management.

Location: Minneapolis, MN       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Emmanuel
    Rwanda
    Emmanuel received a loan from Erin to buy a new machine that presses paving stones.
    Erin
  • Rem's Group
    Cambodia
    Rem's Group received a loan from Paul to buy fertilizers and seeds for her farming.
    Paul
  • Garba
    Nigeria
    Garba received a loan from Erin to purchase improved farm inputs that will increase farm yield.
    Erin
  • Divin Group
    Congo (Dem. Rep.)
    Divin Group received a loan from Jeremy to buy 50 pairs of women's shoes in order to strengthen the business.
    Jeremy
  • Santos Evila
    El Salvador
    Santos Evila received a loan from Rachel to purchase pigs to fatten them and sell them. She will also purchase agricultural supplies.
    Rachel
  • Yvrose
    Haiti
    Yvrose received a loan from John to increase her stock of corn and rice.
    John
  • Akrem
    Palestine
    Akrem received a loan from Erin to buy solar panels for his house.
    Erin
  • Elsa
    Armenia
    Elsa received a loan from 1 team members to pay for 13 sacks of fertilizer as well as feed for the animals to boost her farming and animal husbandry business.
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  • Kantiembou Group
    Mali
    Kantiembou Group received a loan from Paul to buy rams to sell to earn a living for herself and her children.
    Paul
  • Moko
    Kenya
    Moko received a loan from Erin create jobs through environmentally-friendly microentrepreneurship.
    Erin

Impact   Updated Hourly

24
Team Members
$12,600
Amount Loaned
501
Loans
20.9
Loans per member