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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

  • Maima
    Liberia
    Maima received a loan from Andrew to purchase more used clothes to sell.
    Andrew
  • Philis' Group
    Kenya
    Philis' Group received a loan from David to purchase a solar light and gain access to cost efficient hybrid seeds and fertilizer for maize cultivation.
    David
  • Murot
    Tajikistan
    Murot received a loan from athc23 to pay for his wife’s treatment at the medical clinic.
    athc23
  • Theresa
    Liberia
    Theresa received a loan from Noa to buy more drinks.
    Noa
  • Yoeun
    Cambodia
    Yoeun received a loan from Mark to purchase a motorbike.
    Mark
  • Tuzotunga Group
    Burundi
    Tuzotunga Group received a loan from Nanette increase his capital and buy a large quantity of nails and other construction materials for resale to earn more.
    Nanette
  • Oscar David
    El Salvador
    Oscar David received a loan from Dan to purchase livestock to raise and sell for a good price later on.
    Dan
  • Zeinab
    Lebanon
    Zeinab received a loan from Zachary to pay for her grade twelve child's school transportation fees since they live in a rural area far away from school.
    Zachary
  • Sendero De Luz Group
    Guatemala
    Sendero De Luz Group received a loan from Zachary to buy bolts of fabric, cones of thread, appliques, and a sewing machine that are all essential items for her business.
    Zachary
  • Ismael's Group
    Kenya
    Ismael's Group received a loan from Zachary to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer for the cultivation of maize.
    Zachary

Impact   Updated Hourly

136
Team Members
$44,025
Amount Loaned
1,648
Loans
12.1
Loans per member