She was born into a nuclear family composed of her father, mother and younger brother. She started school at the age of five in a public school. She did very well there and she was able to develop both physically and mentally. This gave her the tools to consider a career but she still wasn’t sure what she was passionate about. One day while out walking she came across the Campoalto Institution where she got information that awakened an interest in her for one of its programs: Health Administration. By studying this, she’s been able to discover what she’s passionate about and her dream now is to develop professionally to collaborate with her family and return to them, even if only in small amounts, all they’ve done for her.
Nació en un núcleo familiar conformado por su padre, madre y su hermanito menos, inicio sus estudios a los cinco años en un colegio público, allí le fue muy bien pudo crecer tanto física como mentalmente, esto le proporciono las herramientas para pensar en estudiar una carrera, pero aun no tenia definido que era lo que la hacía apasionar, un día caminando se encontró con la institución CAMPOALTO donde recibió la información y despertó un interés en es uno de sus programas, Administración en Salud, estudiando esto su ha podido dar cuenta que la apasiona hacer esto que su anhelo es poder desarrollarse profesionalmente y así entregarle a su familia una colaboración para devolver así sea en pequeñas cantidades todo lo que han hecho por ella.
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This loan will help a CampoAlto student pay a semester's tuition. With seven branches throughout Bogota, Colombia, CampoAlto tailors educational programs for socially marginalized students. Each of these courses lasts three semesters on average and includes specialized training and internship placement to help students secure jobs after graduation.
This Kiva loan will be used to provide borrowers with needed goods or services, as opposed to cash or financial credit.
CampoAlto is a for-profit education institute that offers a variety of classes to students from socially or economically marginalized groups, including women, ethnic minorities, displaced populations, disabled individuals, and those living below the poverty line. Kiva funding is being used to pay tuition for students who couldn’t otherwise afford to attend classes.
Because CampoAlto’s core business is not purely microfinance, there is some level of additional risk for lenders. For this reason, Kiva has not assigned the institute a risk rating.