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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Lusine received a loan from MortgagesLab Kiva to purchase heaters for their greenhouse, to increase the productivity of their farm, therefore getting a chance for a better future for her kids.
Alexis received a loan from Sua Truong to buy a solar freezing system to improve his income at his grocery store.
Gamaniel Angel received a loan from Sua Truong to weed, prune, pay day laborers and purchase soil amendments for his coffee crop.
Ramon received a loan from Sua Truong to buy materials like iron, cement, purlins, and zinc sheeting to build a pen.
Aguenesse received a loan from MortgagesLab Kiva to buy a power supply system to help her pump water to her greenhouse to produce good vegetables and increase her family income.
Julia received a loan from MortgagesLab Kiva to buy raw materials to make polleras (traditional Andean skirts).
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