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We loan because...
Without food, who can afford books? Without knowledge, what good is income? Plus, librarians are natural lenders!

About us
Librarians, library students, and other information-profession-oriented folks dedicated to helping raise the standard of literacy and education in the developing world through giving people a boost out of poverty.

 

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Team Activity

  • One Acre Fund
    Tanzania
    One Acre Fund received a loan from 4 team members one Acre Fund farmers in Tanzania access seeds and supplies on credit to help them feed themselves, their families and their communities.
    Default lender image Deborah Greg Stephanie
  • Jacklince
    Kenya
    Jacklince received a loan from Mary to access high-quality farm inputs to plant 2 acres of maize, in addition to advice and insurance, optimizing her productivity and increasing her profits.
    Mary
  • Rosa Mistica Group
    Paraguay
    Rosa Mistica Group received a loan from KJ to buy raw materials to prepare food and drinks for sale.
    KJ
  • Jananporn
    Thailand
    Jananporn received a loan from 1 team members to buy supplies and yarn to weave hammocks consistently through the coming year.
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  • 40/20 Group
    Guatemala
    40/20 Group received a loan from Deborah to buy corn and firewood wholesale, to make and sell tortillas.
    Deborah
    $2,100 to go
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  • Maria Ena
    Ecuador
    Maria Ena received a loan from Deborah to buy makeup, wallets, fabric, thread, electricity payments, etc.
    Deborah
    $575 to go
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  • Musrat
    Pakistan
    Musrat received a loan from Deborah to purchase a new stitching machine with some spools of threads and laces.
    Deborah
  • Marifat
    Tajikistan
    Marifat received a loan from Deborah to buy medication to open a pharmacy.
    Deborah
  • Ranadi
    Fiji
    Ranadi received a loan from Deborah to buy raw materials for her crafting business.
    Deborah
    $525 to go
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  • Yoana Mailin
    Panama
    Yoana Mailin received a loan from Deborah to buy local supplies for her new food processing start-up (natural ice cream and tamales).
    Deborah

Impact   Updated Hourly

347
Team Members
$251,275
Amount Funded
9,524
Loans
27.4
Loans per member