Meet microloan recipient Elisa.
Elisa lives in the Ecuadorean countryside with her husband, children and grandchildren. She has spent her entire 69 years of life farming. Life as a farmer has far ex’seed’ed Elisa’s expectations, sow she dreams of continuing for years to come. She is using her microloan to buy a pair of calves and rent land for their fodder.
We are microloaning to Elisa and several farmers throughout Ecuador’s Andean Mountains…
With the new Ecuador Tote (Limited) to help till't the scale in their favor.
Here’s to hoe'ping for great harvests ahead and to feeling good—because after all, it’s Friday!
-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders
(1) Ibarra, Ecuador by Taaluma Traveler Jack (2-7) Ecuador microloan recipients through KIVA.
The beauty of Nepal will take your breath away.
However, lack of proper waste management in Nepal is beginning to degrade some of that beauty. In many places, around 70% of waste is dumped in rivers or burned on the side of the road. This has contributed to pollution and disease in Nepal’s communities.
It is Taylor’s mission to change that.
The Middle East is known for its ancient history, vast deserts, and religious roots.
From being caught in the pyramid-dle of history in Cairo, to taking in the Israeli great views of Jerusalem, to resting on the Abu’ndant sands of Abu Dhabi.
It’s been 8 years since the idea for Taaluma Totes was born while on a life-changing trip to Uganda.
Since then, we’ve been able to fund 41 microloans for small business owners living in Uganda.
From Moses, a 24-year-old coffee farmer who used his loan to buy mulch.