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We loan because...
We support Esperanza's work in the field. Esperanza is one of the few microfinance institutions that offers financial services to the 800,000+ Haitian-Dominicans living in the Dominican Republic.

About us
We love Esperanza because this institution strives to reach the poorest and most isolated populations of the Dominican Republic, which is possible through their community banking model.
In addition to loans, Esperanza also provides its clients with additional complementary services:
- Vocational courses
- Dental treatment
- Preventative health trainings
- Literacy classes
- Basic entrepreneurial/business principles trainings
- And more!

Location: Dominican Republic       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Gs Los Recomendado 2 Group
    Dominican Republic
    Gs Los Recomendado 2 Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy more merchandise that she needs to sell, such as pants, dresses, shoes, sandals, blouses, and more.
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  • La Bendicion : Grupo 5 Group
    Dominican Republic
    La Bendicion : Grupo 5 Group received a loan from Ray & Teresa to buy merchandise to stock her store like food goods, rice, meat, sauces, juice, flour, milk, canned goods, oil, etc.
    Ray & Teresa
  • Mujeres Exitosas Ii Group
    Peru
    Mujeres Exitosas Ii Group received a loan from Denis to maintain her cacao plot and improve her cacao products in order to offer a better service to her clients.
    Denis
  • Angie Vanessa
    Ecuador
    Angie Vanessa received a loan from Denis to buy costume jewelry, deodorant, creams, perfume, and lotions.
    Denis
  • Deisy Dahiana
    Colombia
    Deisy Dahiana received a loan from Denis her to buy semipermanent nail polish, two job positions, furniture and to reorganize her space hoping this investment will improve her sales.
    Denis
  • 'amelia
    Tonga
    'amelia received a loan from Emily to buy mulberry and pandanus for her weaving and tapa making business.
    Emily
  • Jane
    Samoa
    Jane received a loan from Echo Missional Community to buy vegetable seeds (cabbage, cucumber, eggplant), a wheelbarrow, rake, shovel, chemicals and fertilizer.
    Echo Missional Community

Impact   Updated Hourly

83
Team Members
$48,475
Amount Funded
1,746
Loans
21.0
Loans per member

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