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We loan because...
We believe in the work done by EDAPROSPO in the poorer parts of Lima.

About us
We are supporters of one of Kiva´s MFI Field Partners in Peru, EDAPROSPO.
EDAPROSPO focuses on advancing the development of Peru's impoverished communities. They work within local communities in an effort to expand low-income Peruvians' knowledge and abilities so that they are able to improve their quality of life and contribute to a better society.
In addition to its central headquarters, EDAPROSPO has currently 7 agencies (5 of them in urban areas on the outskirts of Lima, one in a more rural sector of Lima and another in the province of Junín, high in the Andes).
Get involved, and together we can be a part of EDAPROSPO´s work. To learn more, check out its Field Partner Page: www.kiva.org/partners/93

Location: Global (but our hearts are in Lima)      

 

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Team Activity

  • Henrietta
    Kenya
    Henrietta received a loan from Peggy an ever smiling mom to buy farm inputs such as certified, quality seed and fertilizer, to improve her crop farming.
    Peggy
  • Aurelia
    Moldova
    Aurelia received a loan from Miriam to buy used clothes for selling to develop an own business.
    Miriam
  • Adissa
    Burkina Faso
    Adissa received a loan from Miriam to buy four packets of Hitarget brand pagnes (lengths of colorful African cloth), 18 packets of Binta (waxcloth), Cote d'Ivoire and Real pagnes, and save to pay for her children's education.
    Miriam
  • Adla
    Palestine
    Adla received a loan from june to buy a new sewing machine.
    june
  • Seleyda Grisel
    Nicaragua
    Seleyda Grisel received a loan from Pat to purchase more vegetables in order to make new dishes and expand her business: tomatoes, peppers, and onions. Also lemons, pineapple, pitaya [dragon fruit], and soda.
    Pat
  • Maria Santiago
    El Salvador
    Maria Santiago received a loan from Peggy to purchase silk thread and fabric lining to produce hammocks and to invest in animal feed to enhance her farm inventory.
    Peggy
  • Siale
    Tonga
    Siale received a loan from Peggy to buy pandanus for her weaving, mulberry for her tapa making and to pay more men to help her husband with their plantation.
    Peggy
  • Rosa Emelia
    El Salvador
    Rosa Emelia received a loan from june to buy 200 chickens and 500 pounds of chicken feed.
    june

Impact   Updated Hourly

56
Team Members
$25,975
Amount Funded
796
Loans
14.2
Loans per member