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We loan because...
The Million Dollar Project: If we get 2000 members, then at $25/member over 10 years with 19 re-loans we will invest $1,000,000 entrepreneurs in developing countries. Be a part of it!

About us
We would like to see how much a team of five original members can lend in 5 years by percolating through our social networks. Unlike other Kiva teams (Atheists, Christians, Europeans, etc.) we're a team joined together not by who we are and how we define ourselves, but instead by what we want to accomplish: investing $1,000,000 in entrepreneurs in developing countries.

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Team Activity

  • Juxhin
    Albania
    Juxhin received a loan from Alexandra to open his own dental laboratory so he will fulfill his dream and be independent from his parents.
    Alexandra
  • Mudaharoh
    Indonesia
    Mudaharoh received a loan from Alexandra to buy more snacks and various daily foods to grow her business.
    Alexandra
  • Interactuar
    Colombia
    Interactuar received a loan from 2 team members entrepreneurs and internally displaced populations restart their businesses that have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
    Yan Tiffany
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    $183,775 to go
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  • Yet
    Cambodia
    Yet received a loan from June to purchase one more tailoring machine and more yarn for her business.
    June
  • Saing
    Cambodia
    Saing received a loan from Sabrina to build a household latrine and buy its necessities.
    Sabrina
  • Saikal
    Kyrgyzstan
    Saikal received a loan from 1 team members to buy a dairy cow to expand her herd and increase sales of organic milk.
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    $875 to go
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  • Manzurat
    Tajikistan
    Manzurat received a loan from 1 team members to buy school uniforms and begin a new business.
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    $2,250 to go
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  • Dorothy
    Kenya
    Dorothy received a loan from 1 team members to buy corn and beans to sell to her local customers so she can earn more and improve her living standards.
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  • Sulaimam
    Nigeria
    Sulaimam received a loan from John to purchase improved inputs in order to get a good harvest and earn more money.
    John
  • Fundación Paraguaya
    Paraguay
    Fundación Paraguaya received a loan from 2 team members 100 all-women community banks recover from the COVID-19 shutdown.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

135
Team Members
$65,875
Amount Funded
2,409
Loans
17.8
Loans per member

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