Kiva Lending Team: Poverty2Prosperity.org - Poverty-Escape
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Poverty2Prosperity.org (P2P) is all about Poverty-Escape and breaking the cycle of poverty through micro loans. Please join our fun team and put Poverty-Escape in the lead! P2P takes donations (tax-deductible) and manages a number of funds for lending on Kiva (General, Education, Personal Housing, Expiring Loans, Women, & Youth). Please see our site for more details (Poverty2Prosperity.org).
Our team is fun, friendly, and respectful with the mutual goal of supporting borrowers on Kiva. This is our space to share information about loans and to show that we are all about "Poverty-Escape"!
NOTE: Poverty2Prosperity is also a non-profit and any messages not related to Kiva or Poverty2Prosperity may be deleted. If there is an idea you would like to share, contact one of the Team Captains to get permission. Thank you for your consideration.
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Grupo De Mujeres Las Abejas De Chuinahualate. Group received a loan from Tammy to purchase traditional clothing merchandise, such as blouses, belts, and skirts.$2,075 to goLend Now
Ma Gyi Chay Htauk 3 (D) Village Group received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org Perpetual Fund to purchase quality fertilizers and sesame seeds.$975 to goLend Now
Inn Du – 1 (C) Village Group received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org Perpetual Fund to purchase high-quality duck feed.Only 4 days left!$975 to go
Khalida received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org Perpetual Fund to buy seasonal vegetables for her husband's fruit and vegetable business to earn more income.$450 to goLend Now
$450 to goLend Now
In Ga Lone – 1 (B) Village Group received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org to purchase quality duck feed and rebuild the duck house.$625 to goLend Now
$175 to goLend Now
Al-Faisal Group received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org to increase her business merchandise with a special spring and summer clothes collection.
Rebecca received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org to buy more pepper, red oil, meat, bitter ball, and other food items to sell.$300 to goLend Now
Kyu Chaung Ywar Ma 2 (A) Village Group received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org to buy quality seed and other farming inputs.$1,100 to goLend Now
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|#2 for Amount Loaned (All Time)|
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