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We want to proactively contribute our energy and support on behalf of causes that demonstrably changes peoples lives through micro lending opportunities.

About us
Team members are current and former students of Monroe Community College, Rochester, NY. Many of them were introduced to KIVA and micro lending when enrolled in their ANT 102 Cultural Anthropology course taught by Professor E. Jethro Gaede. Team members are current MCC students and alumni who wish to make a positive difference in the lives of diverse peoples around the world by joining with others of like mind to do so.

Location: Rochester, NY      

 

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Team Activity

  • Peter
    Kenya
    Peter received a loan from Tom to buy farm inputs such as seeds and fertilizers.
    Tom
  • Ruhafzo
    Tajikistan
    Ruhafzo received a loan from Kirsilyn to buy food products and start a grocery store.
    Kirsilyn
  • Jane
    Kenya
    Jane received a loan from Kirsilyn to buy farm inputs such as certified seed and high-nutrient fertilizer to increase profits and support her two children.
    Kirsilyn
  • Jean Bosco
    Rwanda
    Jean Bosco received a loan from Avery to purchase and process rice.
    Avery
  • William
    Uganda
    William received a loan from Ghirmawit to buy a container to house his motor vehicle spare parts store.
    Ghirmawit
  • Josephine
    Burkina Faso
    Josephine received a loan from E. Jethro to purchase 5 sacks of onions and condiments and save to take care of her children.
    E. Jethro
  • Yvette
    Congo (DRC)
    Yvette received a loan from E. Jethro to buy shirts to resell.
    E. Jethro
  • Neveen
    Jordan
    Neveen received a loan from E. Jethro to buy more types of clothes and sell her home-based business.
    E. Jethro
  • Adla
    Jordan
    Adla received a loan from E. Jethro to get the needed goods to start a home-based clothes-selling business.
    E. Jethro
  • Zepikan
    Kyrgyzstan
    Zepikan received a loan from Ghirmawit to buy cattle to increase income from cattle breeding.
    Ghirmawit

Impact   Updated Hourly

38
Team Members
$5,775
Amount Funded
220
Loans
5.8
Loans per member