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We loan because...
We are crazy about lending to as many different countries as we possibly can. Some collect stamps or coins, but we collect countries!

About us
So far our crazy collectors have added loans from the following countries to our team:

Afghanistan,
Albania,
Armenia,
Azerbaijan,
Belize,
Benin,
Bolivia,
Botswana,
Brazil,
Burkina Faso,
Burundi,
Cambodia,
Cameroon,
Chile,
China,
Colombia,
Congo,
Costa Rica,
Cote D'Ivoire,
Dominican Republic,
Ecuador,
Egypt,
El Salvador,
Georgia,
Ghana,
Guatemala,
Haiti,
Honduras,
India,
Indonesia,
Iraq,
Israel,
Jordan,
Kenya,
Kosovo,
Kyrgyzstan,
Lao People's Democratic Republic,
Lebanon,
Lesotho,
Liberia,
Madagascar,
Malawi,
Mali,
Mauritania,
Mexico,
Moldova,
Mongolia,
Mozambique,
Myanmar,
Namibia,
Nepal,
Nicaragua,
Nigeria,
Pakistan,
Palestine,
Panama,
Papua New Guinea,
Paraguay,
Peru,
Philippines,
Rwanda,
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines,
Samoa,
Senegal,
Sierra Leone,
Solomon Islands,
Somalia,
South Africa,
South Sudan,
Sri Lanka,
Suriname,
Tajikistan,
Tanzania,
Thailand,
The Democratic Republic of the Congo,
Timor-Leste,
Togo,
Turkey,
Uganda,
Ukraine,
United States,
Vanuatu,
Viet Nam,
Yemen,
Zambia,
Zimbabwe,

TOTAL: 86

 

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Team Activity

  • Boithatelo Group
    Lesotho
    Boithatelo Group received a loan from Kismet to be able to pay for the ACE cook stove, which will improve her life in terms of health, cost of fuel, and reduce time spent collecting firewood.
    Kismet
    0% repaid
  • Tarez
    Palestine
    Tarez received a loan from Kismet to buy laser machines to make cutting the wood easier.
    Kismet
    0% repaid
  • Qiang
    China
    Qiang received a loan from Kismet to pay rent on his restaurant.
    Kismet
    0% repaid
  • Lydia
    Solomon Islands
    Lydia received a loan from Kismet to buy mix bale and village mix secondhand clothes for her clothing business.
    Kismet
    0% repaid
  • Nayef
    Lebanon
    Nayef received a loan from Kismet to buy a car to start working as a taxi driver as a second source of income.
    Kismet
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  • May
    Solomon Islands
    May received a loan from Kismet to buy a mixed bale of second-hand clothes, Village Mix (second-hand clothes) and also raw materials such as timber, mess wire, and sago palm leaves for her clothing business.
    Kismet
    0% repaid
  • Sebastien
    Cameroon
    Sebastien received a loan from Kismet to buy one sack of peanuts, two sacks of rice, two cartons of soap, three cartons of sugar, and three cartons of peanut oil.
    Kismet
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

247
Team Members
$102,825
Amount Loaned
4,078
Loans
16.5
Loans per member