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We loan because...
It's in the spirit of the Catholic and Marianist tradition! And we love the community building aspects of microfinance development.

About us
As a Marianist university, the University of Dayton strives to:

* educate for formation in faith
* provide an integral, quality education
* educate in family spirit
* educate for service, justice and peace
* educate for adaptation and change

Location: Dayton, OH       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Ali
    Egypt
    Ali received a loan from John to buy a head of cattle to develop his business and expand it.
    John
  • Mario Oswaldo
    Ecuador
    Mario Oswaldo received a loan from Elena to purchase soil amendments and fungicides for the maintenance of his tomato and bean crops.
    Elena
  • Jairo Jose
    Nicaragua
    Jairo Jose received a loan from Elena to pay for maintenance for his vehicle including an oil change, paint and to change the tires.
    Elena
  • Marvin Jose
    Nicaragua
    Marvin Jose received a loan from Elena to buy lubricant to maintain his machinery.
    Elena
  • Jose Mariano
    El Salvador
    Jose Mariano received a loan from Elena to buy cattle and to cover the costs of planting and harvesting basic grains.
    Elena
  • Jose Agustin
    Colombia
    Jose Agustin received a loan from Elena to buy a bigger cart where he can stock more fruits and vegetables and he will able to transport them better to reach to new places.
    Elena
  • Sarnah
    Indonesia
    Sarnah received a loan from Bryan to build a satellite pump and water tank to get clean water for her family.
    Bryan
  • Kaikili
    United States
    Kaikili received a loan from The H Family which helps purchase inventory and hire an employee for an experienced Sushi chef to open a restaurant in an economically disadvantaged community recovering from a volcanic eruption on the island of Hawaii.
    The H Family
  • Yellow Leaf Hammocks
    Thailand
    Yellow Leaf Hammocks received a loan from John to create more employment opportunities for marginalized artisans in rural Thailand.
    John

Impact   Updated Hourly

53
Team Members
$22,775
Amount Funded
910
Loans
17.2
Loans per member