Kiva Lending Team: Cheeseheads For Change
We loan because...
If you give a man a fish, you feed him for a day. Now in the modern world, you can give that same man a loan to buy a fishing pole, he catches fish with his new pole to feed his family, his community improves because of his financial success, he pays the loan back, and you can re-loan that money again to help someone else buy a fishing pole . . . wait, that sounds like a conspiracy by the Rapala Corporation to sell more fishing equipment, what are we supporting here ;-)
Our Kiva lending team is a non-political group consisting of Green Bay Packers fans lovingly known as Cheeseheads, and anyone who lives in or has ties to the great state of Wisconsin and is interested in making the world a better place.
Location: Green Bay, WI Team website
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José Rodolfo received a loan from 1 team members to buy tomato plants, drip irrigation, antivirus blanket, and other materials necessary for the construction of a greenhouse.0% repaid
Fahari Yetu Group received a loan from 2 team members to increase her inventory of wood and cement for reselling.
Danaya-Ton Group received a loan from 2 team members to buy cattle to rear and fatten up.
Varuzhan received a loan from Marlene to buy potato seedlings, fertilizer and diesel fuel for his land and also some fodder for his farm cattle.
Shazia received a loan from Brian to buy spare parts and new repairing tools for her husband's shop.
Isabel received a loan from Brian to buy provisions for her home such as rice, sugar, milk, and other products.
Himbarwa Group received a loan from Brad to buy telephones and their accessories in bulk quantities.
10 De Mayo Group received a loan from Brad to buy a small, two wheel cart to replace the previous and to be able to sell food in the streets.
Enerst received a loan from Brad to buy bolts and nuts, window frames, power cables, shovels, and trowels for resale.
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