to support Coffee Entrepreneur Francisco Chox
Lend now  to support Francisco: Reimburse Francisco's village credit
union with funds to match their investment in his coffee farming
business. Create new lending opportunities for his community!
Francisco's Total Loan: $5,364
Pajebal, Inc. is a U.S. 501(c)3 non-profit organization
Loan Term: 2 years
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Rural Community Finance.   Global Interconnectedness.   Investing in a Prosperous Future for Guatemala.
Participation methods are not exclusive; you may participate in one, two, or all three of
these intertwined projects of Pajebal.
Guatemalan Street Side Restaurants
Traditional Mayan Weavers
Guatemalan Carpenters
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Fueling the Entrepreneurial Spirit in the Developing World
Be part of the new face of sound and
responsible development in Central America.
NEWS: Pajebal Takes 1st Place in the
Popular Vote and 3rd Place in the Judges
Vote in the
LiquidNet Impact Challenge.

This national social business plan competition
was sponsored by
Net Impact, and included
submissions from top graduate school programs
across the country. Pajebal proposed a new
twist on our current business model, and we will
be studying the feasibility of the model through
a study at Duke University's Fuqua School of
Business.
See our winning presentation.  
Updated April, 2011.
Or see part 2 of Francisco's video to get an up-close look at his
grafting technique.
UPDATE: Pajebal is now on
GlobalGiving,
the premier online fundraising
platform for social enterprises!

The idea presented on GlobalGiving won
Pajebal 1st place in the popular vote and
3rd place in the judges vote in 2011's
LiquidNet Impact Challenge, a national
social business plan competition
sponsored by
Net Impact. Help us raise
funds to roll out our new platform!
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