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The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a worldwide free and open community focused on improving the security of application software. Our mission is to make application security "visible," so that people and organizations can make informed decisions about application security risks. Everyone is free to participate in OWASP and all of our materials are available under a free and open software license.

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Team Activity

  • Dieumène
    Haiti
    Dieumène received a loan from Hoff to increase her stock.
    Hoff
  • Nelida Sthela
    Ecuador
    Nelida Sthela received a loan from Hoff to buy sheets, perfume, creams and cosmetics.
    Hoff
  • African Chicken
    Tanzania
    African Chicken received a loan from Hoff incubators, a feed mill, and other equipment to scale up production.
    Hoff
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  • Reem
    Palestine
    Reem received a loan from James McGovern to buy collection of grocery for her store for Eid season.
    James McGovern
  • Pablo
    Colombia
    Pablo received a loan from Securityhumor buy 2 pigs, and 50 baby pigs to increase production.
    Securityhumor
  • Extension Group
    Sierra Leone
    Extension Group received a loan from Hoff to pay for more gallons of palm oil and bags of garri (quick-cooking manioc).
    Hoff
  • Antenor
    Peru
    Antenor received a loan from Hoff to use the capital, specifically to carry out maintenance on his motorcycle taxi.
    Hoff
  • Sim's Group
    Cambodia
    Sim's Group received a loan from James McGovern to purchase fertilizer, seeds, and spend on plowing-fee which is expencted to grow her crop well.
    James McGovern
  • Sokhen's Group
    Cambodia
    Sokhen's Group received a loan from James McGovern to buy seed and pay for plowing in order to increase productivity of her crop.
    James McGovern
  • Eun
    Cambodia
    Eun received a loan from Erlend pay for tuition fees for his daughter, to pursue her Bachelor’s degree, majoring in Midwifery.
    Erlend

Impact   Updated Hourly

59
Team Members
$58,200
Amount Loaned
2,243
Loans
38.0
Loans per member