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We loan because...
It is aligned with our mission of using the private sector to drive positive environmental and social impact

About us
The Erb Institute is a group of students at the University of Michigan who are pursuing both an MBA and an MS in Natural Resources and the Environment

Location: Ann Arbor, MI       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Felisa
    Philippines
    Felisa received a loan from Raelyn to buy additional sacks of rice to sell.
    Raelyn
    $375 to go
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  • Marina Aridahi
    El Salvador
    Marina Aridahi received a loan from Ellen to buy silk and polyester threads, in addition to other accessories, to increase her production of hammocks.
    Ellen
  • Yahaira
    Nicaragua
    Yahaira received a loan from 1 team members to buy chocolates, dolls, hair dyes, shampoo, baby bottles, staple grains, and bird food.
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  • Karen Vanessa
    El Salvador
    Karen Vanessa received a loan from 1 team members to buy corn, flour, seasonings, vegetables, and other ingredients to make snacks.
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    $1,075 to go
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  • Míriam De La Paz
    El Salvador
    Míriam De La Paz received a loan from Ellen to buy threads, needles, and wool to make and sell hammocks and fishing nets.
    Ellen
  • Consuelo
    El Salvador
    Consuelo received a loan from 1 team members to buy vegetables, chicken, corn, lime, condiments, and other supplies to make tamales and tortillas.
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  • Arleth Alicia
    Colombia
    Arleth Alicia received a loan from Rosemary to buy a larger quantity of drugs, pharmaceutical products, medicinal products, cosmetics, natural products, personal hygiene products and drinks to stock her business.
    Rosemary
  • Sandra Milena
    Ecuador
    Sandra Milena received a loan from Rich to buy pigs, potatoes, balanced feed, and whey.
    Rich
  • Amal
    Palestine
    Amal received a loan from Michelle Lin to buy poultry and rabbits for her business.
    Michelle Lin
  • Katheryn
    Nicaragua
    Katheryn received a loan from Rosemary to pay for coffee maintenance.
    Rosemary

Impact   Updated Hourly

35
Team Members
$16,275
Amount Funded
629
Loans
18.0
Loans per member