A loan of $375 helped to pay registration fees for a semester.

Talia Coraima's story

This is Talia Coraima. She is a first semester student studying oral health. She chose this career because she identifies with everything having to do with health. Upon completing high school, and without knowing the path she would start down, she decided to study for a degree that focuses on oral health. She did this in order to be able to get a job in which she would be able to practice the profession.

She started to look for institutions. She wanted to find one that would meet her expectations for learning, pay, and work and practice performance.

Upon finishing her technician work, she wants to start working at an entity like “salud coop” [health coop] with their families. She wants to become the best in the profession. She wants to have her own office and to be a complete professional.

She needs the loan to be able to help her mother make the payments. It is very hard to get the money to pay for the monthly installments and transportation costs, etc. Her mother is the person who is helping her meet her goals.

Translated from Spanish by Kiva volunteer Ginny Kalish

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