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it's the whānau (family) thing to do ...

Location: Te Waipounamu, Aotearoa New Zealand      

 

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Team Activity

  • Salem
    Jordan
    Salem received a loan from Waiariki to buy goats to get more milk from his herd to make more dairy products.
    Waiariki
  • Porfirio
    El Salvador
    Porfirio received a loan from Waiariki to buy piping to water the vegetables he has sown, as well as fertilizer for them.
    Waiariki
  • Saowani
    Thailand
    Saowani received a loan from Anake to buy wood, color, and materials for making wooden furniture.
    Anake
  • Samniang
    Thailand
    Samniang received a loan from Anake to buy a loom, silk thread, a shuttle, and dyeing color for weaving Thai silk cloth.
    Anake
  • Ganya
    Thailand
    Ganya received a loan from Anake to buy a loom, silk thread, a shuttle, and dyeing color for weaving Thai silk cloth.
    Anake
  • Zafiarisoa
    Madagascar
    Zafiarisoa received a loan from Anake to pay for extra rice, corn, soap, coil, and canned beverages for her grocery store.
    Anake
  • Seiilkan
    Kyrgyzstan
    Seiilkan received a loan from Anake to purchase two heifers to increase her income from breeding cattle.
    Anake
  • Kimberliann
    United States
    Kimberliann received a loan from Awhioraki which helps with marketing and training an employee who will aid in expanding the D&C Brand- a virtual, remote and mobile financial firm. It will also be working capital to develop back end processes.
    Awhioraki
  • Chantha
    Cambodia
    Chantha received a loan from Anake to build a safe latrine at home in order to improve her family's sanitation.
    Anake
  • Boldu
    Kyrgyzstan
    Boldu received a loan from Anake to buy cows and sheep in order to increase her head count of livestock.
    Anake
  • Vorng
    Cambodia
    Vorng received a loan from Anake to buy construction supplies.
    Anake
  • Manzura
    Tajikistan
    Manzura received a loan from Anake to buy a pair of calves, start a new livestock business, and make a profit.
    Anake

Impact   Updated Hourly

18
Team Members
$14,875
Amount Funded
597
Loans
33.2
Loans per member