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We loan because...
We can't stand idle and watch people suffer while we live in affluence and others live in poverty.

About us
We are a collection of college activists who are tired of seeing inequality across the globe.

Location: Blacksburg VA       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Zamiri Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Zamiri Group received a loan from Nick to purchase stocks of salted fish, which will strengthen her initial capital.
    Nick
  • Topater Group
    Bolivia
    Topater Group received a loan from Nick to buy a rotisserie machine for roasting chicken.
    Nick
  • Richard
    Uganda
    Richard received a loan from 1 team members to fund house construction.
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  • Rana
    Jordan
    Rana received a loan from 1 team members to purchase more supplies for her used-clothing business.
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  • José Antonio
    El Salvador
    José Antonio received a loan from 1 team members to buy soap, detergent, toilet paper and sweets among other products to sell in his store.
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  • Agripina's Group
    Kenya
    Agripina's Group received a loan from 1 team members to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer to improve maize harvests.
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  • Winrose
    Kenya
    Winrose received a loan from 1 team members a single mother to buy quality farming inputs to improve her tea farming business, which has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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  • Remmy
    Kenya
    Remmy received a loan from 1 team members to purchase animals feed and farm inputs.
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  • Belindah
    Kenya
    Belindah received a loan from Oxfam at Virginia Tech to access premium maize seeds and high-quality fertilizer for two acres of land, plus advice and insurance.
    Oxfam at Virginia Tech
  • Stella
    Uganda
    Stella received a loan from Brendan stock beans and Target the market.
    Brendan
  • One Acre Fund
    Tanzania
    One Acre Fund received a loan from Oxfam at Virginia Tech 4,000 farmers in Tanzania access seeds and supplies on credit to help them feed themselves, their families and their communities during COVID-19.
    Oxfam at Virginia Tech
  • Winny
    Kenya
    Winny received a loan from Oxfam at Virginia Tech to buy farming inputs which she plans to use to optimize her production, thus making more income to support her family.
    Oxfam at Virginia Tech

Impact   Updated Hourly

42
Team Members
$20,775
Amount Funded
767
Loans
18.3
Loans per member