After graduating from the University of Texas in her hometown Austin, Texas, Anjali worked as a social worker for low-income families. Always passionate about working to alleviate poverty, Anjali began to research the empowering approach of microfinance. In hopes of further learning about microfinance, Anjali volunteered in Haiti, interned in India, and underwent a training course with Grameen Bank in Bangladesh. These experiences offered a better understanding of borrowers and the intricacies of administering and conducting fieldwork within an MFI. Now, as a Kiva Fellow in Cambodia, she hopes to put into practice what she has learned, and gain experience in a new culture and environment before continuing with a career in international social work and development.
Dear Kiva CREDIT Lender,
Thank you for supporting a Cambodian entrepreneur with CREDIT. As a Kiva Fellow, for the past three months I have had the privilege to interact with CREDIT and its borrowers. As [...]
As a Kiva Fellow placed at CREDIT in Cambodia, I have had the pleasure of meeting with Kiva borrower Vis Chhorvoin and learning about the loan Kiva lenders helped fund for her.
I met with Chhorvoin at her [...]
Almost one year ago, Ek Sophal and his family received a loan of $1,200 through Kiva and CREDIT in Cambodia. Now, as the Kiva Fellow working with CREDIT, I was able to follow-up with Sophal\'s family about the [...]
Sua s\'dei (hello) from Cambodia! Your support allowed Kiva and CREDIT to provide a loan of $1,000 to Seoun Sokha to improve her family\'s income and standard of living. As the Kiva Fellow working with CREDIT, I [...]
Sua s\'dei (hello) from Cambodia! With your support, Vorn Sileab was able to receive a loan of $1,000 through Kiva and CREDIT. As the Kiva Fellow working with CREDIT, I was able to meet with Sileab and follow-up [...]