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We loan because...
We are supporters of Women For Women International (WFWI), which helps women survivors of war rebuild their lives. Some of us are sponsors of "sisters" who are learning life skills, job skills, and rights training through WFWI.

About us
We lend especially to women entrepreneurs in countries where WFWI works to help women survivors of war rebuild their lives: Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Iraq, Nigeria, Rwanda, and Sudan.

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Team Activity

  • Lily
    United States
    Lily received a loan from Sara which helps an enterprising woman provide better child care services.
    Sara
  • Thierry
    United States
    Thierry received a loan from Megan which helps to reopen a business closed due to covid-19.
    Megan
    $3,125 to go
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  • Pascale
    United States
    Pascale received a loan from Megan which helps an Immigrant Women-owned business to help upgrade & grow our business.
    Megan
     Only 3 days left! 
    $1,550 to go
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  • Oanh
    Vietnam
    Oanh received a loan from Megan to buy equipment and pay wages to build a clean water system.
    Megan
  • Magirirane Group
    Rwanda
    Magirirane Group received a loan from Son to purchase different items like Irish potatoes, maize, and beans etc, for sale.
    Son
  • Settinee
    Thailand
    Settinee received a loan from Son to buy beef cow breeds and feed for raising them.
    Son
  • Charuwan
    Thailand
    Charuwan received a loan from Son to buy beef cow breeds, as well as feed, to raise and sell.
    Son
  • Vaifafo
    Samoa
    Vaifafo received a loan from Louise to buy materials, fabric paint, stencils, brushes, rollers, wooden carved designs, and a new cutter for her elei business.
    Louise
    $450 to go
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  • Tuishi Pamoja Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Tuishi Pamoja Group received a loan from Son to purchase gravel and stones that will strengthen her initial capital.
    Son

Impact   Updated Hourly

296
Team Members
$235,100
Amount Funded
9,050
Loans
30.6
Loans per member