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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Lianna received a loan from Yervant to pay for new stock of cosmetics and perfume to sell to customers and get income for the family.
Roza received a loan from 2 team members to purchase fodder (600 packages) for the livestock and to buy 2 heifers.$1,825 to goLend Now
Avetiq received a loan from 3 team members to pay for tools and materials needed for providing auto repair work, and also cover renovation costs of the garage.
Gnel received a loan from 1 team members to buy potato and wheat seeds, and to purchase forage for feeding his livestock.Only 4 days left!$1,125 to go
$2,200 to goLend Now
Ruben received a loan from Michael Ohanessian to buy 10 packages of fertilizer, a ton of barley, 120 kg of thick polyethylene and 100 kg of thin polyethylene.$1,975 to goLend Now
$2,875 to goLend Now
Lusine received a loan from Michael Ohanessian to pay for two sows, forage for feeding the livestock and cover costs for cultivation works in the farm.$2,025 to goLend Now
Leyli received a loan from Michael Ohanessian to pay for potato seeds (450 kgs) to cultivate and fodder to feed the cattle.
Ester received a loan from 2 team members to pay for 200 eggs to sell, a chicken incubation system, and forage to feed the chickens.$1,275 to goLend Now
Alvard received a loan from Michael Ohanessian to pay for 3 calves and fodder to feed the livestock.Only 4 days left!$800 to go
Sirun received a loan from 2 team members to use for replacing her market’s food and beverage assortment.
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