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We loan because...
Living in a country where millions have grown up under oppression and without privilege or equal opportunity, we as privileged and fortunate South Africans acknowledge our responsibility and relish the opportunity to contribute meaningfully toward the support of entrepreneurial endeavor which would otherwise not have been possible.

About us
South Africa is known as "the rainbow nation" as it is a melting pot of cultural, traditional, spiritual, lingual and racial diversity.

Location: South Africa      

 

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Team Activity

  • Aura Doreyda
    Nicaragua
    Aura Doreyda received a loan from Andrea to buy shelves to hold her merchandise, medicines, notebooks, and shampoo.
    Andrea
  • Hildo
    El Salvador
    Hildo received a loan from Sue to buy coconuts to sell and to buy a cooler to keep the coconuts' water cold.
    Sue
    $850 to go
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  • Cedro Alto
    Colombia
    Cedro Alto received a loan from Phil improve incomes for coffee farmers in post-conflict regions in Colombia.
    Phil
  • Mary
    Uganda
    Mary received a loan from Ian to buy more weaves and braids.
    Ian
  • Lovelyn
    Philippines
    Lovelyn received a loan from Jason Bagley to buy stocks for her store like soft drinks, toiletries, noodles, canned goods, food seasonings, candies, snack food, and other basic commodities.
    Jason Bagley
  • Salem Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Salem Group received a loan from Fred to buy wholesale used shoes, which will strengthen her initial capital.
    Fred
  • Abanyamugisha Cb Group
    Rwanda
    Abanyamugisha Cb Group received a loan from Phil to buy more sugar, salt and rice to add to her business to meet customer demand.
    Phil
  • Philice
    Kenya
    Philice received a loan from Sharika to buy cereals grains (beans and maize) to sell in her village market, and as a mom, use the profits to support her children.
    Sharika
  • Jane's Group
    Kenya
    Jane's Group received a loan from Rob to buy cost efficient maize seeds and fertilizer for the coming harvesting season.
    Rob
  • Neiva
    Mozambique
    Neiva received a loan from Caroline to buy and sell basic staples.
    Caroline

Impact   Updated Hourly

115
Team Members
$79,725
Amount Funded
3,019
Loans
26.3
Loans per member