Kiva Lending Team: Armenia
We loan because...
we want to be part of a global community that aims to sustainably alleviate poverty
The Armenia Team currently has 90 members supporting Armenian entrepreneurs.
Whether they make cheese, herd sheep, sell shoes, or grow tomatoes, our team exists to support them in getting access to affordable loans all over Armenia.
Past and Present Kiva Fellows Serving in Armenia:
- Velizara Passajova KF8
- Brian Kelly KF9
- Suzanne Till KF9
- Alexis Ohanian KF10
- Liz Nagle KF10
- Peter Tashjian KF11
- Vanick Der Bedrossian KF12
- Abhishek Banerjee KF13
- Caree Edson KF14
As Kiva Fellows, we are here to support Kiva lending in Armenia. We will update team members with interesting news, and gladly answer any questions you may have.
Happy lending, and Go Team Armenia!
You can check out our field partners:
SEF International here: www.kiva.org/partners/169
and Nor Horizon here:
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Sevarhon received a loan from Lucas to purchase mineral fertilizers, as well as potato and onion seeds.
Lucy received a loan from Lucas to buy for canned foods, biscuits, noodles and meat for her general store business.
Manushaqe received a loan from Tigran to pay for her medical clinic expenses so she will recover her health soon and be able to take care of her granddaughter.
Millicent received a loan from Tigran to purchase African fabric materials for making African dresses to sell in hopes of helping her to provide food and clothing for her children.$275 to goLend Now
Noureddin received a loan from edmond which helps buy marketing materials to grow my business and to give my family a better life.
Josefina received a loan from Tamar to purchase supplies for dressmaking and remodeling of her shop.
Alicia Maria received a loan from Tamar to purchase pots, boilers, chocolateras [metal pitchers for heating hot chocolate], ladles, and grills, so to be abel to improve her sales.$475 to goLend Now
Mkrtich received a loan from Zohrab to finance his higher education expenses towards a bachelor's degree.
Brenda received a loan from Candace to buy inputs such as fertilizers, pesticides and herbicides to use on her farm so that she can increase her productivity.
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