A loan of $1,400 helped a member to pay for the admission fees, textbooks and stationery, and other annual expenses for the year.

Little Seeds Preparatory (A) Group's story

“My happiness is immeasurable,” says Domneikim. She lives with her two boys. Her husband is working in the capital city of India, and he is working in private BPOs. The husband’s income is insufficient to support the family’s needs, and therefore Domneikim also sells liquid detergent dish wash. She is also engaged in generating income by giving spa treatments. She had her training before her marriage.

Domneikim and her son are pictured with their hands raised. She is featured as the profile member for the group. The group comprises 15 women members, who are tirelessly making an effort to support their kids’ education. They called themselves "Little Seeds Preparatory (A) Group".

Domneikim sells liquid dish wash (manually prepared), and she is also engaged in spa treatments. She has been a very supportive mother and wife; she shows great interest in her kids’ education. Her dream is to educate her sons and make them intellectually sound and capable.

With the help of the Kiva education loan, she will pay for her son’s admission fees, textbooks and stationery, and other annual expenses for the year. She shares that educating her kids is her main focus, and that she will work very hard to repay the loan on time.

The rest of the group members will also pay for their kids’ education expenses. They all are grateful to Kiva and say, “Thank you so much, Kiva.”

In this group: Sumila, Manitombi, Maimu, Hatneithem, Akung, Nengkhodim, Ajuana, Domneikim, Vahneithem, Chinlhing, Veineihoi, Hoineilhing, Rebita, Phalneikim, Nungshirei

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