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Location: Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota      

 

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Team Activity

  • Franklin
    Peru
    Franklin received a loan from Joseph to buy a computer for his travel agency.
    Joseph
  • Francis
    Cameroon
    Francis received a loan from Joseph to buy more zinc material, workcloth, hammer, charcoal and furnace, and lots more.
    Joseph
  • Jose
    Paraguay
    Jose received a loan from Joseph to buy library articles and to do computer maintenance.
    Joseph
  • Chem
    Cambodia
    Chem received a loan from Mary to purchase more rice and charcoal for making Khmer noodles to sell.
    Mary
  • Zambanega Group
    Burkina Faso
    Zambanega Group received a loan from Mary to buy one bag of cabbages, one bag of black eggplants, and one bag of local eggplants.
    Mary
  • Alita
    Armenia
    Alita received a loan from Mary to buy a dairy cow so the borrower can increase her milk sales and, thanks to the income generated from such sales, cover her potato-cultivation expenses.
    Mary
  • Carlos
    Mozambique
    Carlos received a loan from Mary buy potato seeds.
    Mary
  • Jair Elmer
    Peru
    Jair Elmer received a loan from Mary to pay matriculation fees and tuition for his university degree in systems engineering.
    Mary
  • José Ricardo
    El Salvador
    José Ricardo received a loan from Mary to buy compost and poison to guarantee a good corn crop; thus when he sells the harvest he will have earnings for his children's education.
    Mary
  • Monica
    Kenya
    Monica received a loan from Mary to buy farm inputs, such as seeds and high-quality fertilizer, in order to improve crop production.
    Mary

Impact   Updated Hourly

83
Team Members
$39,450
Amount Loaned
1,218
Loans
14.7
Loans per member