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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).

About us
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.

Location: San Francisco Bay Area CA       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Nour
    Palestine
    Nour received a loan from Graham nour to pay his educational fees for the new season.
    Graham
  • Veronica
    Moldova
    Veronica received a loan from Tim to buy 2 hectares of agricultural land, for planting vines.
    Tim
    $3,450 to go
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  • Makerita
    Samoa
    Makerita received a loan from Amelia, Jim & Lilly to buy material, fabric paint, stencils, brushes, rollers, wooden carved designs, and a new cutter.
    Amelia, Jim & Lilly
  • Isapela
    Samoa
    Isapela received a loan from Amelia, Jim & Lilly to buy Samoan carved kava bowls, Samoan made earrings, elei printed material and Samoan woven hand bags.
    Amelia, Jim & Lilly
    $600 to go
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  • Asma
    Pakistan
    Asma received a loan from peggy to buy embroidery supplies such as fabric, thread, needles, and pearls for her business.
    peggy
  • Loa's Group
    Vietnam
    Loa's Group received a loan from 2 team members to buy corn seeds for the coming season.
    Poverty2Prosperity.org Perpetual Fund Poverty2Prosperity.org
  • Mary
    Solomon Islands
    Mary received a loan from Poverty2Prosperity.org to pay for additional stocks of food items such as rice, sugar, biscuits, canned food, and noodles to sell at her general store.
    Poverty2Prosperity.org
    $1,050 to go
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Impact   Updated Hourly

3,571
Team Members
$3,978,650
Amount Loaned
126,558
Loans
35.4
Loans per member

Rankings In Businesses Category

#5 for New Users (All Time)
#6 for New Users (This Month)
#7 for New Users (Last Month)
#3 for Amount Loaned (All Time)
#4 for Amount Loaned (This Month)
#6 for Amount Loaned (Last Month)