A loan of $1,175 helped to pay education fees at a vocational school.


Wagirah's story

Wagirah is the grandmother of Eka. She is a grandmother who must feed three grandchildren. Wagirah's income is from her husband's pension. That is enough for the living expenses of Wagirah and her grandchildren every day. Eka hopes to stay in school, and Wagirah wants to follow the student loan program of Kiva.

Eka is the eldest of three brothers. Already at birth, he was in the foster care of his grandmother. Until now, Eka's cost of living has been borne by his grandfather and grandmother. Eka's parents are divorced. With the student loan program of Kiva, Eka can finish school, so Grandma does not need to use Grandfather's pension money. Eka hopes to finish school directly and work as a bank employee. In the picture, Eka and Wagirah his grandmother.



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