She would need the arrangement with Kiva because she doesn’t have the financial resources to be able to continue paying the installments as she had been doing and she doesn’t want for her education to be interrupted at this time for this reason.
She wants to be able to provide her services as an early childhood teacher and provide boys and girls from 0 to 5 years old with knowledge at the initial stage of education and to be able to continue preparing herself and be a professional in the area of early childhood education.
Ella necesitaría del convenio con kiva por qué no tiene los recursos económicos para poder seguir cancelando las cuotas con el valor que lo venían haciendo y no quiere que por este motivo se interrumpa la educación que ella está teniendo en este momento.
Ella quiere poder prestar los servicios como pedagoga infantil y brindarles conocimientos a la etapa inicial de la educación en niños y niñas de 0-5 años y poder seguir preparándose y ser una profesional en el área de educación infantil.
More information about this loan
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 CampoAltoCampoAlto 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.
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