fredag 15 februari 2019

Fortsatt återutlåning januari 2019

Januari månads återutlåning avklarad och vi har passerat 85 000 utlånade dollar! Enligt statistiken innebär det att vi har bidragit till att mer än 3300 låntagare har fått mikrolån. Är det inte fantastiskt att det kan vara så enkelt att göra skillnad i världen!

  • loanEunice
    Sotik, Kenya 
    A loan helps to buy a biodigester to transform her farm into a sustainable business.
    $25.00
  • loanMujeres Tejedoras Ii Group
    Cunen, El Quiché, Guatemala 
    A loan helps to buy high-quality thread in various colors at the wholesale level.
    $25.00
  • loanNargisa
    Dj.Rasulov, Tajikistan 
    A loan helps to purchase an embroidery sewing machine to expand her business.
    $25.00
  • loanCrediconfianza Group
    Peru 
    A loan helps to maintain her cocoa and coffee plot.
    $25.00

  • loanArbol De Olivo Group
    Chimaltenango, Guatemala 
    A loan helps to invest in seeds in order to grow lettuce.
    $25.00
  • loanEsther
    Kericho, Kenya 
    A loan helps to buy seeds and expand her tea farming business to generate more profit and educate her children.
    $25.00
  • loanDorca
    Nyamira, Kenya 
    A loan helps her to buy high-quality seeds and nutrient-rich fertilizers to improve her tea crop farm and support her family.
    $25.00
  • loanAbishyizehamwe-Kivuye Group
    Byumba, Rwanda 
    A loan helps to buy fertilizers and install irrigation water pipes to increase her production.
    $25.00

  • loanCristina
    San José de Rivas, Costa Rica 
    A loan helps to buy an irrigation system to keep her cilantro crop in good condition.
    $25.00
  • loanKalaniti
    Tatakamotonga, Tonga 
    A loan helps to buy her some more mulberry for her business of making tapa, in order to provide some more tapa for her to sell.
    $25.00
  • loanReina Suyapa
    Nueva Frontera, Santa Barbara., Honduras 
    A loan helps to buy manure, fertilizer, and pay for labor for cleaning a farm.
    $25.00
  • loanRebecca
    San Juan, Puerto Rico 
    A loan helps me purchase all the necessary equipment and materials to finish the first Block Farms in Puerto Rico.
    $25.00
  • loanLydia
    Murang'a, Kenya 
    A loan helps to improve the fertility of her farm in order to improve productivity and increase income.
    $25.00
  • loanJane's Group
    Webuye, Kenya 
    A loan helps to gain access to cost-efficient hybrid seeds and fertilizer for maize cultivation.
    $25.00
  • loanGulbahor
    Nosiri Khusrav, Tajikistan 
    A loan helps to buy fertilizers and seeds to broaden the types of crops on her farm and provide her customers with more healthy options.
    $25.00

  • loanJhenny Liliana
    Perú, Cajamarca, San marcos, Peru 
    A loan helps to buy manure and manage her tara plantation.
    $25.00
  • loanOlga Beatriz
    San Gabriel, Ecuador 
    A loan helps to buy farm supplies to grow potatoes.
    $25.00
  • loanMary
    Nyahururu, Kenya 
    A loan helps to buy farming inputs, such as certified seeds and nutrient-rich fertilizer, for a divorced mom to grow more crops and meet the high demand for food in her village.
    $25.00
  • loanUnión Sirena Group
    Peru 
    A loan helps to maintain her cocoa plot.
    $25.00