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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

  • Reyna Carolina
    Honduras
    Reyna Carolina received a loan from june to buy seed potatoes and foliar fertilizer to apply to her potato crops and pay for labor.
    june
  • Kuña Katupyry Group
    Paraguay
    Kuña Katupyry Group received a loan from june to buy drinks, bakery products, vegetables, fruits, canned goods and other products.
    june
    $1,075 to go
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  • Rufina Del Carmen
    Colombia
    Rufina Del Carmen received a loan from Alyssa to buy chairs and various raw ingredients for the sale of food.
    Alyssa
  • Nour Group
    Lebanon
    Nour Group received a loan from Alex to pay for some medical expenses and blood tests.
    Alex
  • El Triunfo Group
    Guatemala
    El Triunfo Group received a loan from june to buy more dairy products including dried milk.
    june
  • Sol Naciente Group
    Nicaragua
    Sol Naciente Group received a loan from june to buy rice, beans, meat, chicken, potatoes, and plantains for fritanga [popular street barbecue].
    june
  • Augustina
    Ghana
    Augustina received a loan from june to weed and prune her organic oil palm field.
    june
  • Canta Gallo Group
    Peru
    Canta Gallo Group received a loan from june to maintain the cacao and coffee crop, to obtain better products and provide better service.
    june
  • Dúo Balcones De San Cristóbal Group
    Guatemala
    Dúo Balcones De San Cristóbal Group received a loan from Peggy to buy lace, cones of thread, canvas, two "pitadoras" (sewing machine components), scissors, and other items for maintaining her machines.
    Peggy
  • Lupeolo
    Tonga
    Lupeolo received a loan from Peggy to buy pandanus for her weaving business and to pay more women to help her with her weaving.
    Peggy

Impact   Updated Hourly

57
Team Members
$25,575
Amount Funded
784
Loans
13.8
Loans per member