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We loan because...
We believe that by empowering women around the world through education, business and home improvement microloans, we can truly help transform their lives. United we can make a significant impact!

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About us
We are a group of like-minded individuals that want to utilize Kiva's microloans to assist women improve their lives and communities.

Why Women?
Studies have shown that when you empower a woman, you empower an economy, a nation. This is because women invest 90% of their income back into their families and communities, which in turn benefits both their immediate society and the wider economy.

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Team Activity

  • Julia
    Paraguay
    Julia received a loan from Pete to purchase winter clothing for sale.
    Pete
    $975 to go
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  • Yamileth Zulay
    Colombia
    Yamileth Zulay received a loan from Pete to invest in body lotions, colognes, deodorants, and cosmetics, among other products.
    Pete
    $475 to go
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  • Hiba
    Lebanon
    Hiba received a loan from Pete to pay her child's school tuition fees.
    Pete
    $1,925 to go
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  • Mapendo Iii Group
    Congo (Dem. Rep.)
    Mapendo Iii Group received a loan from Bill to buy 20 goats, including the transportation, to build up her business.
    Bill
    $4,850 to go
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  • Midred
    Uganda
    Midred received a loan from Bill to buy more bulls and cows for fattening at her farm.
    Bill
  • Rejean
    Philippines
    Rejean received a loan from Bill to buy fishing net, fishing rope, bamboo, paint, nails and tie wire.
    Bill
  • Guile's Group
    Senegal
    Guile's Group received a loan from Bill to buy 1 can of oil, 2 packages of broth, some onions and seasonings.
    Bill
  • Djato Sanlapoa
    Togo
    Djato Sanlapoa received a loan from PAULA to pay for 4 sacks of millet, 4 sacks of corn, and 2 sacks of rice to boost business, allowing for her child to thrive.
    PAULA
  • Salam
    Jordan
    Salam received a loan from Alex to pay her university tuition fees for a bachelor's degree in Money and Banking Sciences.
    Alex
    $900 to go
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Impact   Updated Hourly

283
Team Members
$330,975
Amount Loaned
10,558
Loans
37.3
Loans per member