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All Loans > Education

Education

Help underprivileged and marginalized students attend vocational school, university or other higher education institutions and give them a chance to reach their full potential. The economic returns for higher education graduates are a 17% increase in earnings.

Arlinda
Albania
A loan of $4,675 helps to pay the fees for her last year at university, in order to finish her studies and find a better job. Read more

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Hadeel
Palestine
A loan of $2,200 helps to pay her educational fees to the university. Read more
Ina
Georgia
A loan of $1,000 helps to pursue a bachelor's degree in strategic communication. Read more
Dorcas
Kenya
A loan of $900 helps to support her to pay school fees for her children. Read more
Maya
United States
A loan of $10,000 helps a black woman-owned nonprofit open its first brick-and-mortar location. Read more
Ruhshona
Tajikistan
A loan of $550 helps to pay her tuition at the university so she can get a proper education and become a qualified specialist. Read more
Romeo
Albania
A loan of $2,800 helps to pay for his daughter's university fees so she can have a good profession for a better future. Read more
Marlinah
Indonesia
A loan of $350 helps to buy a smartphone for her child's online education needs during Covid-19. Read more
Nurmailis
Indonesia
A loan of $475 helps to buy a laptop for her child's online education needs during Covid-19. Read more
Medea
Georgia
A loan of $1,500 helps to face the financial problem of covering tuition fees of the third and fourth academic year. Read more
Falsteen
Palestine
A loan of $1,575 helps to buy a laptop for her studies and to do her homework and research. Read more
Anas
Palestine
A loan of $3,000 helps to pay his fees to the university. Read more
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