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We loan because...
Millicent Sharma was an incredible woman who wanted to help make the world a better place. She was an advocate for independent entrepreneurs and for women trying to get an education. As a lender to Kiva, she was actively involved in making life better for others. By following in her footsteps, we will carry on her legacy and know that she is still making a difference throughout the world.

Location: Pasadena, CA      

 

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Team Activity

  • Érita Carolina
    El Salvador
    Érita Carolina received a loan from 1 team members buy banans, sugar, milk, etc for making and selling empanadas.
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    $375 to go
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  • Karla Faviola
    El Salvador
    Karla Faviola received a loan from 1 team members to buy soda, juice, bread, cookies, candies, etc., to sell. She will also buy a stove to make pupusas to sell.
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    $600 to go
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  • Tenneh
    Liberia
    Tenneh received a loan from Phil to buy more dry goods to sell.
    Phil
  • La Fortune Group
    Congo (DRC)
    La Fortune Group received a loan from Phil to stock up on rolls of fabric, Vlieseline paper, pulls, snaps, etc. at wholesale, which will strengthen her startup capital.
    Phil
  • Josiah
    Kenya
    Josiah received a loan from Kevin to buy a biodigester to save money and improve his farm.
    Kevin
  • Kunatumaini Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Kunatumaini Group received a loan from Phil to stock up on used shoes in bulk which will reinforce her initial capital investment.
    Phil
  • 'elenoa
    Tonga
    'elenoa received a loan from Nalanda to plough their plantation and hire more workers.
    Nalanda
  • Maria Del Carmen
    Ecuador
    Maria Del Carmen received a loan from Nalanda to buy tagua and thus continue making buttons and various handicrafts.
    Nalanda
  • Miguel Ángel
    El Salvador
    Miguel Ángel received a loan from Phil to buy a greater variety of clothing to continue selling.
    Phil

Impact   Updated Hourly

31
Team Members
$13,475
Amount Funded
529
Loans
17.1
Loans per member