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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

  • Saha Global
    Ghana
    Saha Global received a loan from Gihey to set up 13 new clean water businesses in northern rural Ghana.
    Gihey
  • Nicole
    Madagascar
    Nicole received a loan from Gihey this borrower to buy shorts and denim trousers for resale.
    Gihey
  • Gezim
    Albania
    Gezim received a loan from Gihey to buy onion and potato seeds for planting.
    Gihey
  • Soleil Group
    Congo (Dem. Rep.)
    Soleil Group received a loan from Gihey to purchase women's and men's shoes.
    Gihey
  • Armonie B Group
    Congo (Dem. Rep.)
    Armonie B Group received a loan from Gihey to purchase rice, vegetable oil, plastic plates, salt, ... to bolster her business.
    Gihey
  • Elda Jeronima
    Nicaragua
    Elda Jeronima received a loan from Gihey to buy products such as meat, dairy products, and basic grains.
    Gihey

Impact   Updated Hourly

3
Team Members
$3,550
Amount Loaned
123
Loans
41.0
Loans per member