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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Anna received a loan from Hovig to buy a dairy calf in order to gather more milk and sell dairy in her neighborhood.
Margarita received a loan from Jacobson Family to repair her working room, to furnish it comfortably for her work, and to buy professional literature.
$275 to goLend Now
Zohrab received a loan from Hovig to buy a special drill and a laser torpedo level to develop his construction business.$175 to goLend Now
$575 to goLend Now
Levon received a loan from armen to buy two computers for using architectural design software (AutoCad).$1,775 to goLend Now
Silva received a loan from 3 team members to pay for 80 hens, buy 2 calves, and purchase forage to expand the farm.
Gohar received a loan from 3 team members to buy two sows and forage for them.
Maral received a loan from Nora to buy additional products, more stationery, and some gifts for Valentine's Day which will attract more clients and increase her income.$675 to goLend Now
Armen received a loan from 2 team members to renovate his truck to transport firewood that he sells.
San Cayetano Group received a loan from Arin to buy a variety of drinks, vegetables, fruit, baked goods, meat, chicken, and other products to sell.
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