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Microloans have achieved incredible success in empowering individuals, reducing poverty, and developing communities all over the world!

About us
The Microfinance Alliance is a student group at the University of Minnesota that reaches out to students, faculty, and community members in the Minneapolis and St. Paul metro area. It exists to promote awareness of microfinance and connect organizations to people who want to get involved (and vice versa)! Many of its members are affiliated with the University's Carlson School of Management.

Location: Minneapolis, MN       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Shallot
    Uganda
    Shallot received a loan from Paul to buy coffee seeds and land.
    Paul
  • Sharofat
    Tajikistan
    Sharofat received a loan from Paul to purchase seeds and mineral fertilizer to complete her sowing.
    Paul
  • Tùng
    Vietnam
    Tùng received a loan from Erin to purchase sand, cement, bricks, and equipment to build a new toilet.
    Erin
  • Irène
    Madagascar
    Irène received a loan from Erin a borrower to buy piglets and pig feed to bolster her pig farming operation.
    Erin
  • Andrew
    Uganda
    Andrew received a loan from Erin to pay for land.
    Erin
  • Anjela's Group
    Kenya
    Anjela's Group received a loan from Erin to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer for the cultivation of maize.
    Erin
  • Abatanyuranya Cb Group
    Rwanda
    Abatanyuranya Cb Group received a loan from Erin to buy more beans, rice, and maize flour to add in her business to meet customer demand.
    Erin
  • Haguruka Tcb Group
    Rwanda
    Haguruka Tcb Group received a loan from Erin to buy more sugar, salt and rice to add in her business to meet customer demand.
    Erin
  • Nagapriya
    India
    Nagapriya received a loan from Paul to purchase a cow for starting an animal husbandry business in order to sell milk, butter, cheese, etc.
    Paul

Impact   Updated Hourly

26
Team Members
$17,825
Amount Funded
731
Loans
28.1
Loans per member