Kiva Lending Team: Raising Other People's Children.
We loan because...
We want to help those who are helping above and beyond their means.
Sometimes loan descriptions are listed of people raising their relatives kids; raising their siblings or paying for them to attend school; seemingly poor people who have shared what little they have with adoptive children; people who already have children and have adopted more.
Much of the time, the reasons for caring for other people’s children are not given, in Africa it could be assumed that it is because parents have succumbed to AIDS.
Whatever the reasons – this is a team to deposit such loans into so others can easily find them.
Location: Places in the Heart
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Mamounata received a loan from Matt to buy 40 sacks of rice and corn, 10 containers of oil, and condiments and to save money to cover the schooling for her big brother's children.$600 to goLend Now
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John received a loan from Luigi to purchase wholesale sunflower seeds from 60 female farmers, allowing them to stockpile and extend production, utilizing their new machines at capacity of pressing 8 tons/day.
Janet received a loan from Alexander to buy more flour, sugar and other ingredients that will be used to prepare donuts to sell.
Kasanga Women Savings And Credit Group received a loan from Alexander to buy more food like fresh bananas, maize flour, and rice to cook and sell to her customers.
Intego Cb Group received a loan from Alexander to buy more cassava and tomatoes to meet customer demand.
Lorena Maria received a loan from Alexander to invest in a barber chair, a large mirror, large furniture, colognes, personal care products and hair care products.
Ahezahacu Tcb Group received a loan from Alexander to buy more cake, milk, bread and soda to add to her business to meet customer demand.
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