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We loan because...
The Million Dollar Project: If we get 2000 members, then at $25/member over 10 years with 19 re-loans we will invest $1,000,000 entrepreneurs in developing countries. Be a part of it!

About us
We would like to see how much a team of five original members can lend in 5 years by percolating through our social networks. Unlike other Kiva teams (Atheists, Christians, Europeans, etc.) we're a team joined together not by who we are and how we define ourselves, but instead by what we want to accomplish: investing $1,000,000 in entrepreneurs in developing countries.

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Team Activity

  • Claudia Patricia
    Colombia
    Claudia Patricia received a loan from 1 team members to buy a display case, shelves for publicity, and a variety of jeans, and also pay rent for a storefront and buy a sign for outside.
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    0% repaid
  • Ahmad
    Palestine
    Ahmad received a loan from Dan to buy a solar system for heating water for the family house.
    Dan
    $825 to go
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  • Andres David
    Colombia
    Andres David received a loan from Dan to buy grains, candy, and cookies wholesale and to buy a sound system for his business, and to supply it with liquor, and to make some repairs.
    Dan
     Only 3 days left! 
    $1,300 to go
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  • Hassane
    Lebanon
    Hassane received a loan from Dan to develop his business by increasing his spring and summer clothing collections.
    Dan
    0% repaid
  • John
    Uganda
    John received a loan from 1 team members to buy beans and maize to sell.
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    8% repaid
  • Grace
    Uganda
    Grace received a loan from Rebecca to buy more beers to sell.
    Rebecca
    12% repaid
  • Keporé Group
    Burkina Faso
    Keporé Group received a loan from Noa to buy 1.5 bags of peanuts in order to prepare peanut paste for sale.
    Noa
    25% repaid
  • Onofre
    Guatemala
    Onofre received a loan from Andrew to buy cement, blocks, sand, and iron to build rooms in his house.
    Andrew
    5% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

129
Team Members
$37,325
Amount Loaned
1,413
Loans
11.0
Loans per member