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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:

Location: Global (but our hearts are in Lima)      


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Team Activity

  • Las Fresitas Group
    Las Fresitas Group received a loan from Max to make improvements to her stall, since she needs to change the floor tile and also the pipes.
    $1,925 to go
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  • Mercy Narcisa
    Mercy Narcisa received a loan from june to buy wood and other materials for her husband's business of making furniture.
  • Joselyne Mariela
    Joselyne Mariela received a loan from Pat to purchase beans, flour, sugar, corn, meat, vegetables, bread, grains, soft drinks, and hygiene and cleaning products, with the end of stocking and expanding her business.
  • San Miguel Xenacoj Group
    San Miguel Xenacoj Group received a loan from Peggy to buy high quality materials, including a variety of thread, fabric, buttons and needles.
  • Blanca Flora
    El Salvador
    Blanca Flora received a loan from Family Ruigrok&Verhoeven to purchase supplies such as maize, spices, chicken, condiments, and oil for her tamale sales. In this way, with the earnings, she will get ahead, as she is a single mother.
    Family Ruigrok&Verhoeven
  • Argie
    Argie received a loan from Miriam to buy ingredients for her food vending business.
  • Margret's Group
    Margret's Group received a loan from Miriam to purchase a solar light and increase maize cultivation.
  • San Francisco Group
    San Francisco Group received a loan from Miriam to buy inputs for making chipas (cheese bread), such as starch, cheese, eggs, butter, anise, milk, and additional ingredients.
  • Uoch
    Uoch received a loan from José Miguel Vieira to build a decent latrine for her family to use to avoid illness.
    José Miguel Vieira

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