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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

  • Samoeurn's Group
    Cambodia
    Samoeurn's Group received a loan from Paul to hire workers to harvest her crop, from which she expects to collect a good yield.
    Paul
  • Betty
    Kenya
    Betty received a loan from Paul to buy farm inputs, such as fertilizer and seeds, to enable her to grow more vegetables.
    Paul
  • Marine
    Armenia
    Marine received a loan from 1 team members to pay for forage and buy two mother pigs to resist winter conditions, also to buy a freezer to store the meat.
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  • Mery
    Bolivia
    Mery received a loan from Erin to buy a cow for milk to become cheese.
    Erin
  • Las Chabochas Group
    Mexico
    Las Chabochas Group received a loan from John to buy rice, beans, oil, tuna, crackers, milk, sugar, coffee, detergent, toilet paper, soft drinks, and cold meats.
    John
  • Samuel
    Rwanda
    Samuel received a loan from John to buy his own motorcycle for offering transportation for sale.
    John
  • Francine
    Rwanda
    Francine received a loan from John to buy more sugar, rice, juice and soap to sell.
    John
  • Davit
    Armenia
    Davit received a loan from Erin to pay his daughter’s tuition fee for the first semester.
    Erin
  • Ses Group
    Cambodia
    Ses Group received a loan from Erin to purchase natural fertilizer.
    Erin

Impact   Updated Hourly

23
Team Members
$11,925
Amount Loaned
474
Loans
20.6
Loans per member