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We loan because...
We're inspired by those who smile, yet who possess nothing. And those who do more and more, with less and less. We're driven to keep natural thinking a part of business learning.

About us
We're ethnotravelers, travel bloggers, international enthusiasts, coaches and business execs. And we've seen the potential in the world's most rural villages—from nomads, families, chiefs, farmers, and musicians, to fishermen, hunters, and dancers—whose wisdom, spirit, and endurance can bring vision and purpose to today's boardrooms.

Let's help 40,000 villagers build their stories, influence, enterprises, leadership and legacies. One loan at a time, toward our $1M dollar goal.

Location: United States      

 

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Team Activity

  • Fivya
    Cambodia
    Fivya received a loan from Rose to buy rice, meat, vegetables and other groceries for making food to sell in her store.
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  • Nicolai
    Moldova
    Nicolai received a loan from 1 team members to carry out agricultural work and procure fertilizers to continue to develop a farm.
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  • 02_ Temento Faramba Group
    Senegal
    02_ Temento Faramba Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy one 20 kg bag of sugar, tea, and other products.
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  • Eugeniu
    Moldova
    Eugeniu received a loan from 1 team members to buy a tractor to transport wood for selling and to provide transportation services.
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  • Fasso Kanou Group
    Mali
    Fasso Kanou Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy animals for resale in order to take care of the children.
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  • Kenkadi Group
    Mali
    Kenkadi Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy agricultural inputs to develop her field.
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  • Icyizere Cb Group
    Rwanda
    Icyizere Cb Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy more children's clothes to sell.
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  • Hugo
    Costa Rica
    Hugo received a loan from Joanne Markow to buy inputs to tend to his blackberry crop.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

6
Team Members
$10,100
Amount Funded
407
Loans
67.8
Loans per member