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We loan because...
1) Environmental Kuznets Curve - >$4,600 GDP per Capita Net Deforestation Ceases to Exist
2) $1 loaned is $3 of economic impact, as money is cycled instead of stagnant.
3) Reduces climate migration as people can invest in themselves instead of seeking refuge.
4) Reduces environmental toll caused by over-population. Empowering woman decreases the birth rate. As societies develop ($10K GDP/capita) and empower women, there are other alternatives to motherhood, such as delaying for personal aspirations. This also reduces the need to produce children as laborers or retirement insurance. World population stops growing at 2.1 children per woman, where the world average is 2.4 currently.

Location: Nashua, NH      

 

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  • Yeslin Carolina
    Nicaragua
    Yeslin Carolina received a loan from Dylan to purchase 500 pounds of flour, 3 pails of oil, 1 box of yeast, 2 gallons of tomato sauce, 100 pounds of cheese, and 10 pounds of meat.
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  • Kyzjibek
    Kyrgyzstan
    Kyzjibek received a loan from Dylan to buy livestock to increase income from livestock raising.
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    $750 to go
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  • Sisathon
    Thailand
    Sisathon received a loan from Dylan to buy supplies and yarn to grow her weaving business and increase her income potential.
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  • One Acre Fund
    Tanzania
    One Acre Fund received a loan from Dylan one Acre Fund farmers in Tanzania access seeds and supplies on credit to help them feed themselves, their families and their communities.
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    $112,850 to go
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  • Noeurn
    Cambodia
    Noeurn received a loan from Dylan to buy construction supplies to renovate her old home.
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  • Lesbia Isabel
    Nicaragua
    Lesbia Isabel received a loan from Dylan to buy an industrial cooker and utensils, to improve the quality of her products.
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  • Patricia
    Puerto Rico
    Patricia received a loan from Dylan which helps buy equipment for the first food truck of its kind in the region.
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  • Marleni
    Peru
    Marleni received a loan from Dylan to buy more ducks, chicken, expand her breeding shed and her kitchen.
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  • Jimi
    Palestine
    Jimi received a loan from Dylan to buy a solar system for her house to reduce the use of electricity and get hot water.
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  • Samantha
    Puerto Rico
    Samantha received a loan from Dylan which helps upgrade our kitchen equipment, potenciating local harvest into great quality long life shelve food.
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  • Santos Elia
    El Salvador
    Santos Elia received a loan from Dylan to buy sugar, coffee, rice, milk, meat, corn, etc. to diversify the inventory of the store.
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  • Enina
    Samoa
    Enina received a loan from Dylan to buy a box of chicken, a box of sausages, some mushroom soy sauce, onions, plates, aluminium foil, bananas, and a sack of rice.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

4
Team Members
$3,775
Amount Funded
150
Loans
37.5
Loans per member