Kiva Lending Team: Kiva Sikhs
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"The bread in your cupboard belongs to the hungry man; the coat hanging unused in your closet belongs to the man who needs it; the shoes rotting in your closet belong to the man who has none; the money which you hoard in the bank belongs to the poor. You do wrong to everyone you could help, but fail to help." St. Basil the Great
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Fatima received a loan from The Bakhshi Family to buy the needed goods such as threads, beads and fabrics for her home-based embroidery business.
Sreypao received a loan from The Bakhshi Family to purchase a motorcycle to commute from her house to the fields.
Jaackline received a loan from The Bakhshi Family to buy agro-produce for trade to secure her children's school fees.
Twitezimbere Bungwe Group received a loan from The Bakhshi Family to purchase a large quantity of sorghum in order to make local drinks for sale.
Badenya Group received a loan from Cheryl to buy sacks of peanuts to sell in order to take good care of her children.
Martha received a loan from The Bakhshi Family to help her buy more farm inputs and seedlings to boost her production.
Kawthar received a loan from The Bakhshi Family to buy lady finger seeds to farm to sell for an income.
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