Kiva Lending Team: Indiana
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We believe people around the world are connected and we can make a positive difference in others' lives.
Indiana is the 19th U.S. state and is located in the Midwest region of the United States of America. With over six million residents, it is ranked 15th in population and 17th in population density.
Indiana is a diverse state with a few large urban areas and a number of smaller industrial cities. It is best known for the Indianapolis 500 American automobile race, held annually over the Memorial Day weekend, and a strong basketball tradition, often called Hoosier Hysteria. Residents of Indiana are called Hoosiers. The state's name means "Land of the Indians."
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Location: Indiana, USA Team website
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Mary Queen Of Peace Group received a loan from nancy to buy additional stock in the form of ladies and gents wear, bags, clothes and locally woven women's cloth (kente) for resale.
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Twitezimbere Kayumba Group received a loan from Matt and Kristan to buy more beans and sorghum to sell.
Romik received a loan from Robert to pay for a drill and cables, and repay previous credit liabilities.
Virgen De Guadalupe Group received a loan from Robert to purchase products for his house such as rice, sugar, milk, and noodles.
Hedra received a loan from Bruce to buy more electrical goods such as lamps, cables, and light starters.
Cahaya Biru Group received a loan from Kristie to buy a bio-digester to produce biogas for energy and use its residue as organic fertilizer.
Suritex received a loan from Kristie to buy solar panels to power an alpaca fiber plant, creating jobs to local women and increased income in rural Peru.
Reyna Elizabeth received a loan from Kristie to purchase shirts, pants, blouses, underwear, shorts, leggings, wallets and shoes to stock her business.
Sawayba received a loan from 1 team members to increase her husband's jewelry business.
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