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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

  • Julius
    Uganda
    Julius received a loan from Ann to purchase fertilizers for his plantation.
    Ann
  • Joan
    Uganda
    Joan received a loan from Elina to buy beans, ground nuts and cassava flour for resale.
    Elina
  • Philis
    Kenya
    Philis received a loan from Laurie to buy equipment for her house such as a burner cooker.
    Laurie
  • Dukundumurimo Tcb Group
    Rwanda
    Dukundumurimo Tcb Group received a loan from Antonio to buy more oranges, mangoes, and pineapples to add in her business to meet customer demand.
    Antonio
  • Margret
    Kenya
    Margret received a loan from Niraj to buy farming inputs such as hybrid seeds and fertilizer to improve her farm's output and make profits to educate her children.
    Niraj
  • Rebecca
    Kenya
    Rebecca received a loan from Niraj to buy farm inputs to improve the productivity of a single woman borrower with good credit standing, leading to increased profits to support her children until they finish school.
    Niraj
  • Setta
    Burkina Faso
    Setta received a loan from Sebastian to buy 4 bags of rice, 1 bag of beans, some condiments and 2 cooking stoves and to save to buy some land.
    Sebastian
  • Mercy
    Kenya
    Mercy received a loan from Niraj to purchase farm inputs such as nutrient-rich fertilizer and certified seeds to boost her yields and improve her sales and make more income for her family.
    Niraj
  • Peninah
    Kenya
    Peninah received a loan from Niraj to buy farm inputs such as fertilizer and seeds to expand her crop farm, increase her output and make a profit to educate her children.
    Niraj
  • Rose
    Uganda
    Rose received a loan from Lara to add more stock to her shop, with hopes that it will bring in more income to cover the family expenses.
    Lara

Impact   Updated Hourly

394
Team Members
$146,525
Amount Funded
5,668
Loans
14.4
Loans per member