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We loan because...
A loan can be the difference between being marginalized and being an example for the community.

We loan because we believe that the opportunity to offer families a better future and gain independence socially, economically, and politically starts with women having the power to create their own future through businesses. These women have ambition, determination, and drive like most of us do, but lack the resources they need in order to embark in their business journey.

About us
My team is made up of people with vision who see the big picture and understand the role of women in developing countries and have commitment to help out.

Location: Latin America      

 

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Team Activity

  • Vanessa Cecilia
    El Salvador
    Vanessa Cecilia received a loan from 1 team members to buy pigs to raise and for subsequent sale.
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  • Flor Del Rio Group
    Guatemala
    Flor Del Rio Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy chickens and more "cuts" typical skirts.
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  • Yoxaja 6 Group
    Guatemala
    Yoxaja 6 Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy agricultural supplies to maintain her crop.
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  • Santos Delia
    El Salvador
    Santos Delia received a loan from 1 team members her to buy pigs to raise and sell later.
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  • Sector Pasac Group
    Guatemala
    Sector Pasac Group received a loan from 1 team members to increase her pens and buy chickens and pigs.
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  • Sandra Patricia
    El Salvador
    Sandra Patricia received a loan from 1 team members to purchase improved seeds and pay labor costs to plant corn.
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  • María Maribel
    El Salvador
    María Maribel received a loan from 1 team members to buy chickens and feed concentrate to fatten them and then sell them.
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  • Abiana
    Costa Rica
    Abiana received a loan from 1 team members to purchase seedlings, fertilizers, and supplies necessary for improving her coffee crop.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

4
Team Members
$10,150
Amount Funded
254
Loans
63.5
Loans per member