My name is Perla Massiel. I'm 18 and live in Licey -Santiago with my parents. I was born in Santiago, have two younger brothers, and am the oldest child.
My father works as a blacksmith and my mother works in a family internet center. I'm in the third semester of the medial program in Utesa- Santiago. I've dreamed of being a doctor since I was a a young girl. Playing with other children, I was always the doctor, and my enthusiasm for that role has remained an inspiration. It was my motivation to earn a bachelor's degree as a nurse technician in preparation for my medical studies.
I've also seen the needs of people who have died around me because they lack money to pay for medical care. When I graduate, I want to support my community and make a contribution to the larger region through my knowledge and experience. But I can only do this with the support of Kiva's loan program.
Mi padre trabaja como herrero y mi madre en un centro de internet familiar, estudio el tercer ciclo de la carrera de medicina en Utesa- Santiago, desde niña soñé con esta carrera, en mis juegos infantiles yo siempre era la doctora y lo hacía con tanto entusiasmo que esa inspiración me motivo a que mi bachillerato lo hiciera técnico en enfermería, como preámbulo a lo que hoy estudio.
También he visto la necesidad de personas que mueren a mi alrededor porque no tienen el dinero para pagar una clínica, pero cuando yo me gradué quiero apoyar a mi comunidad y aportar a mi región con mis conocimientos, pero solo con la ayuda del programa kiva puedo lograrlo.
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The education loans administered by FUNDAPEC can have loan terms of up to 12 years, which includes a grace period of up to 5 years. The grace period includes the time during which the student is enrolled at university. During the grace period, the borrower is not required to make any repayments, and the lenders will not receive any repayments. Please make sure loan terms and repayment schedules suit you before lending.
About FUNDAPECFUNDAPEC is a student lending organization headquartered in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Its vision is to broaden access to education for all Dominicans, and offers financing to everyone from high school students to graduate students to afford tuition and educational supplies like laptops. Kiva lenders’ funds are used to help students pay for their educations. These loans are post-disbursed, and will not be provided to students until they are fully funded by Kiva lenders.
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