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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

  • Nasiba
    Kyrgyzstan
    Nasiba received a loan from Bryce to purchase dairy cows in order to increase the volume of eco-friendly milk selling.
    Bryce
     Only 20 hours 2 minutes left! 
    $775 to go
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  • Hebron Group
    India
    Hebron Group received a loan from Punahou to buy mini solar home lighting so that her children could study for longer hours with better eyesight after sunset.
    Punahou
    0% repaid
  • Ramzi
    Palestine
    Ramzi received a loan from Punahou to buy a water purification machine for the family house.
    Punahou
    0% repaid
  • Valentina
    Kosovo
    Valentina received a loan from Punahou to pay for the start-up costs to start her own business selling used clothing for men and women.
    Punahou
    6% repaid
  • Daniela Teresa
    Bolivia
    Daniela Teresa received a loan from Punahou to pay for her career in Ecology and Environmental Engineering.
    Punahou
    2% repaid
  • Basima
    Jordan
    Basima received a loan from Punahou to bring more styles of abaya to sell.
    Punahou
    5% repaid
  • Apolinnaire
    Rwanda
    Apolinnaire received a loan from Punahou to buy more fertilizers for potatoes.
    Punahou
    0% repaid
  • Lismery
    Dominican Republic
    Lismery received a loan from Punahou to pay costs related to her university education in medicine.
    Punahou
    0% repaid
  • Marisa
    United States
    Marisa received a loan from Punahou to purchase equipment for the restaurant.
    Punahou
    10% repaid
  • Jeanne Claire
    Rwanda
    Jeanne Claire received a loan from Punahou to buy more fertilizer for maize production.
    Punahou
    0% repaid
  • Clarah
    Kenya
    Clarah received a loan from Punahou to pay school fees for her children.
    Punahou
    8% repaid
  • Jackson
    Uganda
    Jackson received a loan from Punahou to buy maize and beans for trade.
    Punahou
    10% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

118
Team Members
$169,525
Amount Loaned
5,007
Loans
42.4
Loans per member

Rankings In Schools Category

#5 for Amount Loaned (All Time)