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We loan because...
We learned about how important 'micro-enterprise loans' are for people living in poverty or in difficult financial situations. We were inspired by the stories we heard and saw, and are looking forward to how we can connect our learning in class about our 'classroom economy' to the real world! We think Kiva is a great non-profit organization to make a big difference in people's lives through small loans, and want to support people on Kiva.

About us
We are caring, responsible, and principled grade 3 students (2012-2013 year) in Gyeonggi Suwon International School in Korea. We ran our own business in our school and made a profit to support the people on Kiva website.

Location: Suwon si, Gyeong-gi do, Republic of Korea       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Turebekure Cb Group
    Rwanda
    Turebekure Cb Group received a loan from Gihey to buy more tomatoes, cabbages, and onions to add in her business to meet customers' demands.
    Gihey
  • Haguruka Tcb Group
    Rwanda
    Haguruka Tcb Group received a loan from Gihey to buy more sugar, salt and rice to add in her business to meet customer demand.
    Gihey
  • Marica
    Fiji
    Marica received a loan from Gihey to rennovate her home - purchase new roofing irons, walls, post and floorings.
    Gihey
  • Faris
    Jordan
    Faris received a loan from Gihey to buy food for his cattle to overcome the winter conditions and support his family.
    Gihey
  • Godfrey
    Uganda
    Godfrey received a loan from Gihey to buy more sodas, rice, sugar, soap and other general merchandise to sell in the store.
    Gihey
  • Miguel Angel
    Colombia
    Miguel Angel received a loan from Gihey to buy jackets, helmets, accessories, lights, decals, papers, etc.
    Gihey
  • Karisimbi Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Karisimbi Group received a loan from Gihey to buy wholesale corn flour, oil, sugar, Omo detergent, and more to strengthen her capital.
    Gihey
  • Grupo R5
    Colombia
    Grupo R5 received a loan from Gihey venezuelan refugees in Colombia finance motorbikes so they can work.
    Gihey

Impact   Updated Hourly

3
Team Members
$5,125
Amount Funded
196
Loans
65.3
Loans per member