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Team Activity

  • Madona
    Georgia
    Madona received a loan from Maryjo to renovate the house in the resort and rent it to tourists seasonally.
    Maryjo
  • Shabani
    Uganda
    Shabani received a loan from Carol to buy more manures and pay casual workers working in his coffee, banana, and sugar cane plantations.
    Carol
  • José Dimas
    El Salvador
    José Dimas received a loan from Michele to buy two metal silos to store the corn that he grows.
    Michele
  • Hawa
    Kenya
    Hawa received a loan from Elizabeth to provide clean drinking water access and employment in Nairobi.
    Elizabeth
  • Lina Gissella
    Ecuador
    Lina Gissella received a loan from Jessica to buy office supplies, perform equipment maintenance, etc.
    Jessica
  • Tahmina
    Tajikistan
    Tahmina received a loan from Melissa to pay for her son’s tuition at a university abroad, so that he can become an educated man in the future.
    Melissa
  • Fatmeh
    Palestine
    Fatmeh received a loan from Melissa to pay her kid's educational fees.
    Melissa
  • Cedro Alto
    Colombia
    Cedro Alto received a loan from 1 team members improve incomes for coffee farmers in post-conflict regions in Colombia.
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  • Joseline
    Uganda
    Joseline received a loan from Joshua to start a restaurant to add to her income.
    Joshua
  • Chum
    Cambodia
    Chum received a loan from melissa to invest in seeds and land rental for growing cashews for the coming season.
    melissa
  • Florence
    Solomon Islands
    Florence received a loan from melissa to buy canned foods, biscuits, rice and sugar for her general store business.
    melissa

Impact   Updated Hourly

16,424
Team Members
$476,700
Amount Funded
9,375
Loans
0.6
Loans per member

Rankings Across All Teams

#6 for New Users (All Time)

Rankings In Youth Groups Category

#1 for New Users (All Time)
#2 for New Users (Last Month)
#1 for Amount Funded (All Time)
#7 for Amount Funded (This Month)
#2 for Amount Funded (Last Month)