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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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  • Reyna
    Nicaragua
    Reyna received a loan from 1 team members to cultivate 1 block of onion, 0.75 block of potatoes, 5.5 blocks of beans and 2 blocks of corn.
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    $325 to go
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  • Reyna Del Rosario
    Nicaragua
    Reyna Del Rosario received a loan from 1 team members to purchase soil amendments, liquid fertilizers for leaves, minerals, and soil refreshers.
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    $375 to go
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  • Fidelina Del Socorro
    Nicaragua
    Fidelina Del Socorro received a loan from 1 team members to buy supplies such as calcium, zinc, boron, and other products for maintaining her cacao trees.
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  • Friendship Bridge
    Guatemala
    Friendship Bridge received a loan from Marisela this Field Partner use technology to reach Guatemala women to provide loans, education, and health services during the crisis.
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  • Cándida Rosa
    Nicaragua
    Cándida Rosa received a loan from 1 team members to purchase agricultural supplies.
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  • Yoxaja 2 Group
    Guatemala
    Yoxaja 2 Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy agricultural supplies for maintaining the coffee crop.
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  • Sector Xecotache Group
    Guatemala
    Sector Xecotache Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy agricultural supplies for the maintenance of her crop.
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  • Mayra Aracely
    El Salvador
    Mayra Aracely received a loan from 1 team members to buy agricultural inputs to sow corn.
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  • Jacqueline
    Costa Rica
    Jacqueline received a loan from 1 team members to buy goats for their milk in order to have extra income and in this way improve her family's quality of life.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

4
Team Members
$12,675
Amount Funded
328
Loans
82.0
Loans per member