Kiva Lending Team: Team MortgagesLab Kiva
We loan because...
In Vancouver, Canada a loan between $250,000 to $1,000,000 dollars allows a Family to enjoy a Home and have pride of ownership.
This is called a Mortgage.
In Africa, Asia, South America and Mexico, a loan of $250 to $1,000 dollars allows a Family to enjoy Shelter, Food, Water, Education, Health and pride of being able to support your family.
This is called Microfinancing.
Even more, a loan of $2,500 dollars can enable a family to build a house and give them a start to a better life.
Our purpose is to help poor families find their treasure: Shelter and income to support themselves.
We want to do this not by raising money directly but buy seeking the help of people with time, willingness to learn and a genuine desire to help one family at a time. One person with desire has more potential than thousands of dollars and the ability to help hundreds of families.
Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime. Chinese Proverb.
If you care about helping others request a mortgage and with your approval we will fund 100% of your micro-finance project.
Location: Vancouver, Canada Team website
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Muharrama received a loan from MortgagesLab Kiva to pay for her son’s tuition at the university so he can get a proper education and find a good job in the future.
Nyanja Matope 4 Group received a loan from MortgagesLab Kiva to pay for labor and to buy seeds, fertilizer, and pesticides.
Esther received a loan from MortgagesLab Kiva to buy an hydraulic disc harrow for her tractor in order to expand her area of production as well as to help the smallholder farmers around her.
Saray Jacinta received a loan from MortgagesLab Kiva to invest in the purchase of beef, chicken, pork, flour, cheese and vegetables for her restaurant.
Lumturije received a loan from MortgagesLab Kiva to pay for some personal medical clinic expenses so an elderly member from the vulnerable Egyptian community will recover her health.
Kelly Jhoanna received a loan from MortgagesLab Kiva to buy flour, sugar, cheese, jams, preservatives and oils, etc.
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