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We loan because...
We believe our loans represent the compassion, respect, and opportunity deserved by the entrepreneurs working hard to improve the circumstances of their families and communities.

About us
The Spartan Global Development Network is the official lending team of the Spartan Global Development Fund.

Together, with those who support our cause, we can be the catalyst for those who seek to improve their own lives.

Location: East Lansing, Michigan       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

16 messages. Join the team to get in on the action!

Team Activity

  • Francisco
    El Salvador
    Francisco received a loan from John to buy manure, corn seed, pesticides and herbicides.
    John
    9% repaid
  • Rahayu Group
    Indonesia
    Rahayu Group received a loan from John to complete the coffee shop and add various children's games.
    John
    0% repaid
  • Belemnaaba Group
    Burkina Faso
    Belemnaaba Group received a loan from Ally to buy 20 bags of cabbage, 10 bags of onions, and 5 bags of millet.
    Ally
    0% repaid
  • Abu
    Sierra Leone
    Abu received a loan from Daniel to purchase different kinds of vehicle and bike parts for resale.
    Daniel
    0% repaid
  • Jean Fontus
    Haiti
    Jean Fontus received a loan from Jonathan Brier to connect to Haiti's first solar hybrid smart electricity grid.
    Jonathan Brier
    0% repaid
  • Nyame Ye Odo Group
    Ghana
    Nyame Ye Odo Group received a loan from MaryLou & Jim to hire laborers to work on the farms and purchase farming inputs such as fertilizer and insect traps.
    MaryLou & Jim
    0% repaid
  • Progressive Farmers Group
    Ghana
    Progressive Farmers Group received a loan from MaryLou & Jim to hire labourers to work on the farm, as well as to purchase farming inputs such as fertiliser and insect traps.
    MaryLou & Jim
    0% repaid
  • Onua Do Group
    Ghana
    Onua Do Group received a loan from MaryLou & Jim to buy flour, margarine, flavor, sugar, salt, yeast, and milk to bake pastries and bread.
    MaryLou & Jim
    43% repaid
  • Agatha
    Kenya
    Agatha received a loan from Jennifer to buy more stock of tailoring materials.
    Jennifer
    33% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

50
Team Members
$52,075
Amount Loaned
2,027
Loans
40.5
Loans per member