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We loan because...
Microloans are part of lesson of the Senior CapSEEDS course which stands for Social entrepreneurship, Economics, Environment, Deeds of service, and Sustainable solutions. Microloans are encompassed in attributes of the course therefore are essential to learning larger lessons.

About us
Seniors at Punahou School. The team is only open to those of the Punahou community so if you do request to join, please indicate your connection to Punahou. Mahalo

Location: Honolulu       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Cecile
    Togo
    Cecile received a loan from Cap to buy 20 chickens, 20 guinea fowls and 20 ducks.
    Cap
  • Sry
    Cambodia
    Sry received a loan from Cap to purchase fertilizers for her crops.
    Cap
  • Nilda
    Philippines
    Nilda received a loan from Cap to buy feed and other supplies to raise her livestock.
    Cap
  • Leonora
    Philippines
    Leonora received a loan from Cap to buy additional glass to sell for her business.
    Cap
  • Prisca
    Kenya
    Prisca received a loan from Cap to buy farming inputs to improve her production and earn more income for her family.
    Cap
  • Hellen
    Kenya
    Hellen received a loan from Cap to buy farm inputs to help her on her farm so that she can improve her produce and make more income to support her children.
    Cap
  • Caren
    Kenya
    Caren received a loan from Cap to buy farming inputs which she will use to expand her production and support her family during this tough economic crisis.
    Cap
  • Josephine
    Kenya
    Josephine received a loan from Cap to buy cereals, which she plans to resell and make more profit so that she can support her family.
    Cap
  • Hellen
    Kenya
    Hellen received a loan from Cap to buy farming inputs which will be used to improve her farm production and enable her be able to make more profits out of sales.
    Cap
  • Melbis Sarela
    Colombia
    Melbis Sarela received a loan from Cap to increase working capital of the business and to buy auto parts, shock absorbers, retainers, tires, oil, packaging, batteries, etc.
    Cap
  • Olambi
    Tajikistan
    Olambi received a loan from Cap to buy a computerized sewing machine to make more high-quality dresses for her customers and earn more income to support her family.
    Cap
  • Lucia Arcelia
    Ecuador
    Lucia Arcelia received a loan from Cap to buy clothes, purses, perfumes, creams, costume jewelry.
    Cap

Impact   Updated Hourly

94
Team Members
$203,000
Amount Funded
5,025
Loans
53.5
Loans per member

Rankings In Schools Category

#7 for Amount Funded (All Time)