While the boys are awfully nervous about giving up their capital, the 6A class successfully made 3 loans to day in class. While the bank accounts are low, the boys have product to sell and are confident they will be able to make repayments this month. We welcome these new friends into OUR community!
Emma is from the Philippines. We feel connected to this country because we know people from there. Emma is married with 8 children, and she needs money to care for them. The impact of this loan will go far beyond Emma herself. Emma has had 13 prior loans and we feel confident we will get our money back. -Sports Ball Inc
Imelda is part of the Ngasoma Road Group and is planing to sell food which will also help her community. She has five children still in school and we are confident she will pay back because it's her second loan. She paid back successfully in the past. Annual income $1700 in Tanzania and we feel that the money we are able to loan will make a difference. -Bouncy Ballers
We want to lend to Roset because she is a single mother with 3 kids. She is buying a goat to slaughter to feed people of her community. Through these meat sales she dreams of expanding her market. Just like us! We can't believe Uganda's income is $1500 so we would like to lend to her. -Bouncy Ballers.