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We loan because...
As part of the Vanderbilt Microfinance Club, we strive to increase the ways we battle poverty by investing in others' success.
With Dr. Muhammad Yunus, a Vanderbilt graduate, as inspiration, we hope to carry on the use of microfinance from the Vanderbilt campus.

“Lasting peace cannot be achieved unless large population groups find ways in which to break out of poverty. Microcredit is one such means."
-- Nobel Peace Prize Committee

About us
Contact: arielle.r.samet@vanderbilt.edu or jordan.s.solomon@vanderbilt.edu

Location: Nashville, TN       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Melania
    Philippines
    Melania received a loan from Dave Aquino to buy feeds and other supplies to raise her livestock.
    Dave Aquino
  • Gloriosa
    Philippines
    Gloriosa received a loan from Andrew to buy items to sell like eggs, canned goods, dried fish, and other supplies needed in her business.
    Andrew
  • Angel Adriano
    Ecuador
    Angel Adriano received a loan from Andrew to buy seed corn, compost, and fertilizers, in addition to corn for the chickens.
    Andrew
  • Shirley
    Philippines
    Shirley received a loan from Dave Aquino to purchase feed and other supplies to raise her livestock.
    Dave Aquino
  • Christina
    Philippines
    Christina received a loan from Dave Aquino to buy new tools and equipment for her rice milling business.
    Dave Aquino
  • Pedro Julio
    Colombia
    Pedro Julio received a loan from Ben to purchase manure and fertilizers for his small plot of land, these supplies will allow him to have an abundant, quality harvest.
    Ben
  • Mary
    United States
    Mary received a loan from Logan produce more organic fruit jams and baked goods..
    Logan
  • Mel Rose
    Philippines
    Mel Rose received a loan from Dave Aquino to buy spare parts for the maintenance of her computers.
    Dave Aquino

Impact   Updated Hourly

109
Team Members
$10,125
Amount Loaned
351
Loans
3.2
Loans per member