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, Single Parents, & 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"!
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Yusuf received a loan from Sue to access premium seeds and high quality fertilizer for 1 acre of maize, in addition to advice and insurance, optimizing for increased productivity and profits.
Emily received a loan from Anne which helps me expand my sustainably focused woman-owned kombucha business.
Dúo Mujeres En Accion I Group received a loan from Tim to buy more chickens, concentrated feed for the chickens, pigs, and fencing to make repairs to her corrals.$225 to goLend Now
Adan Benito received a loan from Robin Smith to purchase soft drinks and cookies to stock his business, increasing his sales volume.
Sagrada Familia Group received a loan from 2 team members to buy supplies to invest in her business.
$525 to goLend Now
David received a loan from peggy to access premium seeds and high-quality fertilizer for 1 acre of maize, in addition to advice and insurance, with a goal of increased productivity and profits.
$2,175 to goLend Now
Urwego Bank received a loan from 16 team members to quickly get money into the hands of women and other financially excluded groups to re-start their businesses and begin to recover from the effects of three months of lockdown.$360,625 to goLend Now
Natalya received a loan from Jorge A. to buy medicine to stock her pharmacy and develop her business.$25 to goLend Now
Micrédito received a loan from 14 team members to provide loans to 450 smallholder farmers, helping them feed themselves, their families, and the country during COVID-19.$296,225 to goLend Now
Odef received a loan from 31 team members support borrowers in restarting businesses and agricultural production affected by COVID-19.
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|#3 for Amount Funded (All Time)|
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