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We loan because...
We believe in the work done by EDAPROSPO in the poorer parts of Lima.

About us
We are supporters of one of Kiva´s MFI Field Partners in Peru, EDAPROSPO.
EDAPROSPO focuses on advancing the development of Peru's impoverished communities. They work within local communities in an effort to expand low-income Peruvians' knowledge and abilities so that they are able to improve their quality of life and contribute to a better society.
In addition to its central headquarters, EDAPROSPO has currently 7 agencies (5 of them in urban areas on the outskirts of Lima, one in a more rural sector of Lima and another in the province of Junín, high in the Andes).
Get involved, and together we can be a part of EDAPROSPO´s work. To learn more, check out its Field Partner Page:

Location: Global (but our hearts are in Lima)      


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  • Ronny
    Ronny received a loan from Donnie and Ericka to grow his mobile money business so that he can service more customers by providing a safe way to send, receive, and pay bills through his shops.
    Donnie and Ericka
    0% repaid
  • 27 De Mayo Group
    27 De Mayo Group received a loan from Alex to purchase tables and chairs in order to sell food to more customers, and open a snack bar. .
    0% repaid
  • El Paraiso Group
    El Paraiso Group received a loan from Max to buy perfumes, powders, lipsticks, and blush.
    0% repaid
  • Leoncio Prado Group
    Leoncio Prado Group received a loan from Max to buy hair dryers, grooming machines, shampoo and others.
    0% repaid
  • Katty Diana
    Katty Diana received a loan from june to continue her studies in Industrial Management.
    1% repaid
  • Angela Del Carmen
    Angela Del Carmen received a loan from David to buy secondhand clothing such as pants, shawls, skirts, shirts, dresses, and blouses.
    0% repaid
  • Bequi Patricia
    Bequi Patricia received a loan from Pat to buy blouses, shirts, pants, underwear, T-shirts, sweatsuits, and sandals for her business.
    8% repaid

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