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About us
Tareto Maa is a grassroots project in Kenya, East Africa, whose objective is to empower the local community while eradicating the tradition of female genital mutilation (FGM) and child marriages within the Maasai people.

The member of this Kiva group who is the spokesperson of Tareto Maa is Gladys Kiranto, the founder of Tareto Maa. All other messages on the message board reflect private opinions of the group members.

The messages on the group’s board should discuss the work of Tareto Maa, further topics that relate to child rights, women's rights, community development, and the fight against gender-based violence, and also, of course, Kiva-related topics of all kinds.

For further information about Tareto Maa, please join our page on Facebook: www.facebook.com/TaretoMaa or visit us at www.tareto-maa.org. This article describes why and how Tareto Maa was founded: worldpulse.com/node/62258

Location: Kilgoris, Kenya       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Bernardo
    Philippines
    Bernardo received a loan from judy to buy toiletries, canned goods, noodles, eggs, seasonings, snack foods, and drinks.
    judy
  • Ranokhon
    Tajikistan
    Ranokhon received a loan from Tom K. C. to pay her brother’s treatment cost and help him to recover.
    Tom K. C.
  • Mary
    Kenya
    Mary received a loan from Reeba Ruvelson to access premium seeds and high-quality fertilizer for one acre of maize, in addition to advice and insurance, optimizing for increased productivity and profits.
    Reeba Ruvelson
  • Shahnoza
    Tajikistan
    Shahnoza received a loan from Jeanne to buy fabrics and threads for her embroidery.
    Jeanne
  • 'ana
    Tonga
    'ana received a loan from Jeanne to buy pandanus for her weaving business.
    Jeanne
  • Lavelua
    Tonga
    Lavelua received a loan from Jeanne to buy mulberry for her tapa-making business.
    Jeanne
  • Takuilau
    Tonga
    Takuilau received a loan from Jeanne to buy pandanus for her weaving business.
    Jeanne
  • Sokran
    Cambodia
    Sokran received a loan from Jeanne to purchase more yarn for weaving scarves to sell.
    Jeanne
  • Martha Lizett
    Nicaragua
    Martha Lizett received a loan from Jeanne to buy fabric, thread, needles and zippers for her sewing business.
    Jeanne

Impact   Updated Hourly

189
Team Members
$158,026
Amount Funded
5,516
Loans
29.2
Loans per member

Rankings In Friends Category

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#8 for New Users (This Month)
#7 for Amount Funded (This Month)