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We loan because...
We believe micro lending is one of the best & most sustainable ways to end extreme poverty in the world, and are drawn to empowering entrepreneurs in Africa because it is the most disadvantaged socio-economic demographic group in the world.

Check out this great TED talk on the solution for Africa: www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/andrew_mwenda_takes_a_new_look_at_africa.html

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Team Activity

  • Japhet
    Tanzania
    Japhet received a loan from 1 team members to purchase best selling fabrics and sewing materials.
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  • Mary
    Kenya
    Mary received a loan from 1 team members to buy additional poultry.
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  • Palmira
    Mozambique
    Palmira received a loan from 1 team members buy cement, sand, and stone, to finish her house.
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  • Comodo
    Mozambique
    Comodo received a loan from 1 team members buy a toilet and bathroom sink, joists, doors, sheet metal, windows, wires, pipes and rods.
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  • Sugar Land Group
    Sierra Leone
    Sugar Land Group received a loan from 1 team members to pay for additional bags of Foo-Foo (ponded cassava).
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  • Kotognogotala Group
    Mali
    Kotognogotala Group received a loan from 1 team members to purchase cattle to sell later.
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  • Kawoural Ii Group
    Mali
    Kawoural Ii Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy animals for resale.
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  • Famille Wakubenga Group
    Congo (Dem. Rep.)
    Famille Wakubenga Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy new styles of pagnes [colorful fabric]..
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  • Wenyement Group
    Mali
    Wenyement Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy more sheep and feed to fatten them and sell them.
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  • Turwanyubukene Group
    Rwanda
    Turwanyubukene Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy more T-shirts, trousers and bedsheets to sell to her community.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

188
Team Members
$118,750
Amount Loaned
4,634
Loans
24.6
Loans per member