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Jenny Andrea
Jenny is 28 and has two children, one of whom is autistic. She lives in a free union; her partner is not the father of her children. Together they pay for rent, the children's education, food, and other daily expenses. Her mother-in-law is 60 and helps them pay expenses that they otherwise could not meet. Her partner is a day laborer and does not have a fixed income. Jenny earns a minimum wage, which barely covers the rent.

Her mother-in-law has helped pay Jenny's education expenses, but she is not feeling well. At times, she feels sorry for them. Though she isn't the children's grandmother, she helps Jenny and hopes she secures a loan so that her burden isn't so great. In a way, she wants them to help her.

If Jenny can finish her professional program, she could offer her children a brighter future, especially for Nicolás, who is autistic. She has not been able to find a specialized institution or school for him. The household expenses are high, and they try to keep services in line and pay the daily rent. They shop just for basic items and aren't able to go out or buy special things for the children and themselves. Her mother-in-law helps them buy things in the market most of the time.
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Es una mujer de 28 años con 2 hijos uno de ellos con autismo vive en unión libre el no es el padre de sus hijos, ellos pagan arriendo, colegio de los niños, comida, gastos diarios entre los dos , su suegra la mama de su esposo tiene 60 años ella le colabora para pagar en la institución ya que ellos no pueden por los gastos que tienen; su esposo trabaja por días y no tiene un sueldo fijo y ella gana el mínimo, que prácticamente es lo del arriendo donde viven. Su suegra le colabora con lo de la carrera pero ella ya está un poco mal de salud y hay momentos que ella siente pena pues ella no es la abuela de los niños, sin embargo, ella le ayuda y quisiera el préstamo para que no le toque tan pesado a ella y de cierta manera que ustedes le ayudaran a ella ya que por ella y por ustedes podría sacar su carrera para un futuro mejor para los niños y más el de Nicolás pues él tiene autismo leve, y no ha podido llevarlo a un instituto o colegio para él, que sea especializado, los gastos de la casa son altos y tratamos de que no se les agranden los servicios y mantener el arriendo al día, en el mercado compran lo básico y poco y sin poder darles lujos de salidas o cosas especiales para los niños y ellos, la suegra también le colabora en el mercado la mayoría de veces

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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.

About CampoAlto

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.

About Colombia

  • $6,070
    Average annual income
  • 192
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    Colombia Loans Fundraising
  • $12,868,250
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 1,817.4
    Colombia Pesos (COP) = $1 USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $250 helped Jenny Andrea to finish the nurse assistant program.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
5 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Pre-Disbursed:
Mar 10, 2013
Listed
Apr 11, 2013
Currency Exchange Loss:
Possible
Ended:
Aug 23, 2013