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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

  • Atim
    United States
    Atim received a loan from Jama, John and Clark expand from retail to wholesale by creating a design showroom for designers looking to get their products into other stores and boutiques across the country and doing a tradeshow with these products.
    Jama, John and Clark
    $2,800 to go
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  • Reche
    Philippines
    Reche received a loan from Melanie to purchase additional fertilizer and seeds.
    Melanie
  • Flor De Cafe Ii Group
    Honduras
    Flor De Cafe Ii Group received a loan from Elena to buy fertilisers and insecticides to adequately maintain their cafe.
    Elena
  • Jorge Alberto
    El Salvador
    Jorge Alberto received a loan from Elena to purchase more seeds, fertilizer, manure, pest control, etc., and improve his land.
    Elena
  • Bishop Negri S. School
    Uganda
    Bishop Negri S. School received a loan from Melanie to purchase a water filtration system to provide clean drinking water for its students.
    Melanie
  • Ndeye's Group
    Senegal
    Ndeye's Group received a loan from Melanie to purchase 10 bed sheets and materials to make shoes.
    Melanie
  • Rezeki Group
    Indonesia
    Rezeki Group received a loan from John to purchase building materials such as cement, sand and zinc etc to repair her broken stall.
    John
  • El Futuro: Group 2
    Dominican Republic
    El Futuro: Group 2 received a loan from Matt to buy cosmetics, accessories, and beauty products for resale in her community.
    Matt
  • Anah
    Indonesia
    Anah received a loan from Jama, John and Clark to build sanitation and water sources at their home to improve access to sanitation and water sources for their family.
    Jama, John and Clark

Impact   Updated Hourly

47
Team Members
$17,600
Amount Loaned
669
Loans
14.2
Loans per member