Kiva Lending Team: CEMS
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Here is the CEMS Global Value Statement :
"As a lifelong member of the CEMS community, I hereby commit to uphold and be guided by the following principles:
The pursuit of excellence with the highest standards of integrity, humility, and ethical conduct.
Professional responsibility and accountability in relation to society and the environment
Drawing upon the value of cultural diversity with respect and empathy
My decisions and actions, both now and in the future, will reflect this Commitment to Global Citizenship that I make here today."
Founded in 1988, CEMS is a strategic alliance of 28 member schools from 4 continents and over 50 prestigious corporate partners.
Ranked n°1 Master’s in Management in the world by the Financial Times in 2009, the CEMS MIM programme provides a unique blend of top-level education and professional experience for multilingual, multicultural postgraduate students.
The success of the programme has been boosted by the direct involvement of academic and corporate partners in the definition and teaching of the curriculum, as well as the implementation of a series of joint research projects.
The class of 2009-10 comprises over 800 students of 57 nationalities, whilst CEMS alumni are now in excess of 5,000, working in a variety of sectors around the world.
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Manos Unidas De Amadeo Repeto Group received a loan from Jasper to buy rice, milk, sugar, and other items.
Adelfa received a loan from Lukas to buy fishing net and get additional capital for her buy-and-sell business.
Rubik received a loan from Lukas to purchase of new computer, which is the most important equipment for his work.
Bweranyangi School received a loan from Ronny to purchase a water filtration system in order to provide clean drinking water for its students.
Diturije received a loan from Lukas to build a warehouse where she can store large quantities of apples from 670 trees, which are then exported to other countries.
Otono Zona 2 Group received a loan from Lukas to buy typical cortes (skirts), huipiles (blouses), delantales (aprons), and fajas (belts) for resale.
Juan received a loan from Jasper to purchase more inventory and equipment for his party supply store, and increase advertising ventures.
Thavy received a loan from Pascal Vuylsteker to cover the tuition fees for his first through to fourth years of university.
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