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We loan because...
Microloans are part of lesson of the Senior CapSEEDS course which stands for Social entrepreneurship, Economics, Environment, Deeds of service, and Sustainable solutions. Microloans are encompassed in attributes of the course therefore are essential to learning larger lessons.

About us
Seniors at Punahou School. The team is only open to those of the Punahou community so if you do request to join, please indicate your connection to Punahou. Mahalo

Location: Honolulu       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Ahmad
    Palestine
    Ahmad received a loan from Bryce to buy more food and grocery products and resell them at the local market.
    Bryce
    0% repaid
  • Golibjon
    Tajikistan
    Golibjon received a loan from Punahou to buy livestock in order to develop his business.
    Punahou
    0% repaid
  • Mehrangiz
    Tajikistan
    Mehrangiz received a loan from Punahou to buy clothes and shoes for organizing a new business.
    Punahou
    4% repaid
  • Zohra
    Azerbaijan
    Zohra received a loan from Punahou to build a hen-coop and buy some more poultry birds.
    Punahou
    20% repaid
  • Aida
    Kyrgyzstan
    Aida received a loan from Punahou to buy sheep in order to increase livestock headcount.
    Punahou
    0% repaid
  • Zeyad
    Palestine
    Zeyad received a loan from Punahou to buy more chairs to rent for his business.
    Punahou
    3% repaid
  • Rafik
    Armenia
    Rafik received a loan from Punahou to purchase a cow, calf, and barley seeds.
    Punahou
    19% repaid
  • Mariama
    Sierra Leone
    Mariama received a loan from Punahou to purchase cigarettes, drinks and soap to expand her business.
    Punahou
    13% repaid
  • Rano
    Tajikistan
    Rano received a loan from Punahou to buy food products in order to start a new business.
    Punahou
    100% repaid
  • Zeinab
    Lebanon
    Zeinab received a loan from Punahou to buy special requested items and offer products that will increase her income and meet her customers' needs.
    Punahou
    27% repaid
  • Maria Lorena
    Ecuador
    Maria Lorena received a loan from Punahou to buy the supplies needed to grow corn.
    Punahou
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

118
Team Members
$165,250
Amount Loaned
4,841
Loans
41.0
Loans per member

Rankings In Schools Category

#3 for Amount Loaned (All Time)