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We loan because...
It is an opportunity to help entrepreneurs in Myanmar who are in need of support and empowerment. We believe that every micro-efforts can make a big difference.

About us
Myanmar team is a community-supported network established to: Connect socially responsible lenders and entrepreneurs locally and globally; Collaborate with other teams and members to share knowledge and best practices; and Mobilize much needed resources for Myanmar entrepreneurs.

Location: Myanmar      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Mwanaidi's Group
    Kenya
    Mwanaidi's Group received a loan from Win Lwin to buy cost-efficient maize seeds and fertiliser for the coming harvesting season, as well as a solar light.
    Win Lwin
  • Angsana
    Thailand
    Angsana received a loan from AK to buy lime, sand, crushed stone, color, and iron for making sculptures.
    AK
  • Sharon
    Papua New Guinea
    Sharon received a loan from AK to purchase trade store goods.
    AK
  • Niken
    Indonesia
    Niken received a loan from AK to build a satellite pump to get clean water for her family.
    AK
  • Shobha
    India
    Shobha received a loan from AK to sell mattress and expand her mattress business.
    AK
  • Wema Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Wema Group received a loan from AK to buy 25 cans of petrol, including transportation, to build on her business capital.
    AK
  • Groupement Bukumbi
    Congo (DRC)
    Groupement Bukumbi received a loan from Circe to pay for his children’s school and for the maintenance of his coffee field.
    Circe
  • Faridah
    Uganda
    Faridah received a loan from Circe to buy foods for cooking at her restaurant to serve more clients.
    Circe
  • Mirgul
    Kyrgyzstan
    Mirgul received a loan from AK to buy livestock in order to increase her livestock headcount.
    AK
  • Isabel
    Paraguay
    Isabel received a loan from AK to buy starch, cheese, eggs, lard, and other products.
    AK
  • Carlos Alexander
    El Salvador
    Carlos Alexander received a loan from AK to buy more spare parts and tools to continue working in his motorcycle repair shop.
    AK

Impact   Updated Hourly

75
Team Members
$10,050
Amount Funded
340
Loans
4.5
Loans per member