Kiva Lending Team: Poverty2Prosperity.org - Poverty-Escape
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Poverty2Prosperity.org (P2P) is all about Poverty-Escape. Please join our fun team and put Poverty-Escape in the lead! See how to get your I'm a Kiva Loaner Bracelet and more by participating on Team P2P - visit our web site for details!
One of P2P's major poverty-escaping projects is to participate in making microloans through the Kiva platform. See the web site for details on all of our projects. Also see our Perpetual Fund lender account which allows people to designate funds for perpetual loaning here on Kiva, www.kiva.org/lender/P2PPerpetualFund
We have a special purpose fund to keep loans from expiring. Please join us at poverty2prosperity.org/sosloans to see currently funding loans from the SOS Loan fund.
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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Imelda received a loan from 2 team members to buy additional stocks of RTW (ready-to-wear clothing) for selling.Only 31 hours left!$825 to go
Rosalinda received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org SOS to buy additional items to sell like canned goods, detergent, candies, noodles, shampoo, sanitary pads, etc.Only 42 hours left!$425 to go
Aaunuua received a loan from Povertry2Prosperity.org Youth to buy donuts, snacks, coffee, a large boiler, sandwiches, pies, and soft drinks.$350 to goLend Now
Naseem received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org to buy raw material such as rexine and zippers for making wallets.$550 to goLend Now
Farzana received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org to buy more shoe soles for patching; in this way, she helps her husband make shoes to sell in the market.$175 to goLend Now
Lak received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org Personal Housing to buy some construction supplies to complete building her house.
Phuong received a loan from 2 team members to build the latrine to improve the health of a family.
Katy Yanet received a loan from 2 team members to purchase cement, sand, tiles.$200 to goLend Now
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Sutini received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org Personal Housing to build a clean water source facility at their home to improve access to water sources for their family.$125 to goLend Now
Alcidio received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org Personal Housing alcidio buy cement, window frames and doors for construction on his house.$150 to goLend Now
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|#4 for New Users (All Time)|
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|#3 for Amount Loaned (All Time)|
|#7 for Amount Loaned (This Month)|
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