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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

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Ibodat
    Tajikistan
    Ibodat received a loan from Erin to renovate her home.
    Erin
  • Ailyn
    Philippines
    Ailyn received a loan from Lila to purchase fishing materials, such as a new fishing net, gasoline for her boat, rope, and other materials needed for her business.
    Lila
  • Medalla
    Philippines
    Medalla received a loan from Paul to buy feed for her pigs.
    Paul
  • Maria
    Moldova
    Maria received a loan from Erin to pay for connection to the central gas pipeline.
    Erin
  • Mulinzi Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Mulinzi Group received a loan from Erin to stock up on 1 bundle of secondhand clothing, which will strengthen her initial capital.
    Erin
  • Mohamed
    Jordan
    Mohamed received a loan from Erin to buy a carving tool to make art from recycled material and succeed as a business.
    Erin
  • Hannah
    Kenya
    Hannah received a loan from Erin to buy a biodigester to power her farm and home with her cows' manure.
    Erin
  • Nozima
    Tajikistan
    Nozima received a loan from Paul to buy cattle to sell more high-quality dairy products to her customers and increase satisfaction.
    Paul
  • Ulata
    Samoa
    Ulata received a loan from Paul to buy vegetable seeds, chemicals, a wheelbarrow, water tank, rake, shovel, hand gloves, and safety boots.
    Paul
  • Reina Isabel
    El Salvador
    Reina Isabel received a loan from Paul to buy agricultural inputs to grow basic grains and pay for labor.
    Paul
  • Mary
    Kenya
    Mary received a loan from Erin to buy quality farm inputs such as seeds and fertilizers, which she will use to grow more crops.
    Erin

Impact   Updated Hourly

25
Team Members
$21,150
Amount Funded
837
Loans
33.5
Loans per member