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Team Activity

  • Azimuth Solar
    Sierra Leone
    Azimuth Solar received a loan from 1 team members to purchase solar lanterns and solar home systems in Sierra Leone.
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  • José Orlando
    El Salvador
    José Orlando received a loan from 1 team members to pay for labor and buy agricultural inputs to plant 6 hectares of beans.
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  • Mirjeta
    Albania
    Mirjeta received a loan from Emily to repair windows and doors in her house.
    Emily
  • Yegor
    Armenia
    Yegor received a loan from Brian to pay for his tuition fee in order to get his bachelor's degree in cartography.
    Brian
  • Ana
    Mozambique
    Ana received a loan from Sophia buy staple products for resale.
    Sophia
  • Christabel
    Zambia
    Christabel received a loan from KAR to provide the needed working capital for her start-up business, which helps with financial inclusion.
    KAR
  • Marie Audanie
    Haiti
    Marie Audanie received a loan from Andy to add to her inventory of grocery items to sell.
    Andy
  • Caju Industries
    Cote D'Ivoire
    Caju Industries received a loan from KAR double cashew nut export output and hire about 200 new workers.
    KAR
  • Juan Guillermo
    Colombia
    Juan Guillermo received a loan from William to buy more piglets and feed to give to the animals.
    William
  • Marat
    Armenia
    Marat received a loan from William to buy a cow and also a lot of fodder for all his farm cattle.
    William

Impact   Updated Hourly

105
Team Members
$80,450
Amount Loaned
3,084
Loans
29.4
Loans per member