Vladimir’s son is a very talented young man who has graduated Yerevan State Conservatoire, faculty of Folk Musical Instruments; he plays on reed pipe. He has taken part in many concerts and competitions, and won prizes of the first place.
Now, he has some new plans and ideas. At this moment, he studies in the magistracy of Yerevan State University, at the paid division in a newly opened department of Mass Media Research and Education Center, faculty of Directing. This faculty cooperates with TV, and in the future, he will work there with his corresponding qualification.
Vladimir asks for a loan of 225,000 Armenian Drams in order to pay for his son’s tuition fees for a master's degree. He surely believes that in the future, his son will have great successes and good income from his work.
More information about this loan
This loan is part of Nor Horizon's education program, designed to finance school tuition for students whose families have low incomes or work in informal sectors of the economy. It is also provided for teachers who need to invest in assets for their profession. Funds can be used for partial or complete payment of expenses related to higher education. By supporting this loan, you're enabling access to education for students with limited options, or assisting teachers in accessing the resources needed in order to better educate their students.
About “Nor Horizon”
“Nor Horizon” UCO LLC is committed to promoting poverty alleviation in Armenia by providing high-quality financial and other business development services to enterprising individuals in under-served rural and urban markets who have a strong will to establish and develop their own small-scale businesses. Originally created as the Armenian micro credit program of Oxfam (Great Britain) in late 1995, “Nor Horizon” LLC has been licensed under supervision of the Central Bank of Armenia since early 2006.
To stay updated on loans from Armenia, please join the Armenia lending team at http://www.kiva.org/team/armenia.
138View loans »
Success!! The loan was 100% repaid