Kiva Lending Team: Fans of CEPRODEL
We loan because...
we want to help entrepreneurs in Central Amercia's largest country develop and grow their businesses so they can support themselves and their families.
Generous people with big hearts and small businesses who loan to CEPRODEL entrepreneurs. Go to the Website listed below to find new businesses seeking loans.
What is Kiva?
Kiva is the world's first person-to-person micro-lending website, empowering individuals to lend directly to unique entrepreneurs across the globe. As a lender, you can choose who to lend to -- whether a baker in Managua or a hammock maker in Masaya -- and as the entrepreneur repays the loan, you get your money back.
What happens if I join this team?
You register for your own Kiva account, and as you lend to entrepreneurs, you can choose to "count" your loans towards your team's impact. The loan is still yours, and repayments still come to you - but you can also choose to have the loan show up in the team's collective portfolio, so the team's overall impact will grow!
How do I make a Kiva loan?
Select an entrepreneur on the Kiva website, checkout, and receive updates as the entrepreneur repays the loan. At the end of the loan term, re-lend repaid loan funds to a new entrepreneur or withdraw them from Kiva.
Location: Nicaragua Team website
23 messages. Join the team to get in on the action!
Villa Quiquijana Group received a loan from Yanika la socia solicita el crédito para comprar productos para cocinar como pollo, carne y verduras.
Nelly received a loan from 1 team members to purchase a dairy cow and expand her horticulture farm.
Luis Manuel received a loan from 1 team members to buy quintals of corn and beans.
M. Shabbir received a loan from 1 team members to buy a welding plant to manufacture iron accessories.
Enrique received a loan from 1 team members to invest in retaining and fattening 13 cattle.
Obed Isrrael received a loan from 1 team members pay tuition.
Caserio Yoxaja 1 Group received a loan from 1 team members to look after her banana trees.
Have feedback on lending teams? Click here.