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We loan because...
access to reasonably priced capital sometimes (not always) is the binding constraint that keeps people from being able to move to a portion of their production function that exhibits increasing returns to scale.

Location: Boston-based, members world-wide      

 

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  • Shangilieni Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Shangilieni Group received a loan from Holger to buy a supply of nails, locks, electric cables etc. to strengthen her initial capital.
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    $7,175 to go
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  • Nyota Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Nyota Group received a loan from Holger to stock up on pagnes [traditional clothing] in bulk, which will strengthen her initial capital.
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    $7,050 to go
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  • Shekina Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Shekina Group received a loan from Holger to buy 50 bags of cement, nails, and reinforcing bars to strengthen their starting capital.
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    $4,775 to go
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  • Vega Coffee
    United States
    Vega Coffee received a loan from Holger to secure and improve incomes for smallholder coffee farmers in Nicaragua and Colombia during COVID-19 and beyond.
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    $100,050 to go
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  • Paul
    United States
    Paul received a loan from Holger which helps a minority-owned business buy merchandise, pay for website design, advertising and marketing.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

2
Team Members
$4,025
Amount Funded
155
Loans
77.5
Loans per member