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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

  • Fidelia De Fatima
    El Salvador
    Fidelia De Fatima received a loan from Judy to purchase basic grains, sugar, salt, candy, beverages, eggs, and other products that are in high demand.
    Judy
  • Thelma Rubidia
    El Salvador
    Thelma Rubidia received a loan from Judy to restock her shop and look after her customers better, with the purchase of clothing in assorted styles, colours, and sizes, as well as other products.
    Judy
  • Hoa
    Vietnam
    Hoa received a loan from Son to invest in a pig raising model in order to have better living conditions, and so that her children will have a better education in the future.
    Son
  • Gelacio
    Philippines
    Gelacio received a loan from Megan to pay for spare parts and the maintenance of his tricycle unit.
    Megan
  • Kda's Group
    Cambodia
    Kda's Group received a loan from Son to buy a water filter to provide safe drinking water for their family.
    Son
  • Nkunzurwanda Cb Group
    Rwanda
    Nkunzurwanda Cb Group received a loan from Son to purchase a items such as more rice, sugar, biscuits, lotions for her supermarket.
    Son
  • Xejuyupenses Group
    Guatemala
    Xejuyupenses Group received a loan from Son to purchase traditional clothing merchandise, such as blouses, belts, and skirts.
    Son
  • Lien
    Vietnam
    Lien received a loan from Son to buy more chickens, feed, and other supplies to raise her chickens in order to increase her income to cover future costs and savings.
    Son
  • Christine Group
    Congo (Dem. Rep.)
    Christine Group received a loan from Son to buy a variety of makeup to sell.
    Son

Impact   Updated Hourly

271
Team Members
$189,900
Amount Loaned
7,347
Loans
27.1
Loans per member