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We loan because...
"Microfinance stands as one of the most promising and cost-effective tools in the fight against global poverty."
Jonathan Morduch, Chair, UN Expert Group on Poverty Statistics

About us
This team is an open team and therefore anyone is invited to contribute and be part of the team, whether they are associated with the wimmera or not.

"Where once the poor were commonly seen as passive victims, microfinance recognizes that poor people are remarkable reservoirs of energy and knowledge. And while the lack of financial services is a sign of poverty, today it is also understood as an untapped opportunity to create markets, bring people in from the margins and give them the tools with which to help themselves."
Kofi Annan

Location: Horsham Victoria       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Yehowa No Group
    Ghana
    Yehowa No Group received a loan from Denise to buy more foodstuffs like cassava, plantains, rice, cooking oil and fish which she will sell to her customers.
    Denise
    0% repaid
  • Lai
    Cambodia
    Lai received a loan from Graham to purchase a newer trailer to transport recycled things.
    Graham
    0% repaid
  • Rosa Elvira
    El Salvador
    Rosa Elvira received a loan from Denise to buy more shoes to sell.
    Denise
    0% repaid
  • Noura
    Lebanon
    Noura received a loan from Denise to purchase food provisions for her store.
    Denise
    0% repaid
  • Leonora
    Albania
    Leonora received a loan from Denise to put roofing on the family house, where five young children live.
    Denise
    0% repaid
  • Omar
    Palestine
    Omar received a loan from Johno to buy a new laptop for his studies.
    Johno
    0% repaid
  • Báu
    Vietnam
    Báu received a loan from Johno to purchase sand, cement, bricks, and equipment to build a toilet.
    Johno
    0% repaid
  • Natalina
    Timor-Leste
    Natalina received a loan from Johno to buy cement, sand, iron, nails, wood and other materials to use.
    Johno
    0% repaid
  • Ivery
    Solomon Islands
    Ivery received a loan from Trevor to buy cabbage, shallots, tomatoes, onions and also a umbrella for her market business.
    Trevor
    0% repaid
  • Melitona
    Philippines
    Melitona received a loan from Denise to purchase more fruit to sell to her customers.
    Denise
    24% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

10
Team Members
$13,950
Amount Loaned
527
Loans
52.7
Loans per member