Kiva Lending Team: Unitarian Flames
We loan because...
Micro banking is a perfect way for us to put our 7 principles into action!
Our 7 principles are:
1.We believe that each and every person is important.
2. We believe that all people should be treated fairly and kindly.
3. We believe that our churches are places where all people are accepted and where we keep on learning together.
4. We believe that each person must be free to search for what is true and right in life.
5. All people have the right to speak out and vote on things that matter to them.
6. We believe in working for a peaceful, fair and free world.
7. We believe in caring for our planet Earth, the home we share with all living things
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Jackline received a loan from Sue to gain access to cost efficient hybrid seeds and fertilizer for crop cultivation for this woman with a good credit history.$1,025 to goLend Now
Mufariji Group received a loan from Bill to stock up on women's, men's and children's clothing wholesale in order to boost her initial capital.
Abariki Group received a loan from Bill to purchase high-quality beverages like Primus and Fanta wholesale, which will strengthen her startup capital.
Juan Gabriel received a loan from Karen to buy fertilizers, disinfectants, herbicides and to rent a tractor and plowing.
Sheila's Group received a loan from Karen to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer for the cultivation of maize.
Juana received a loan from Karen to buy cosmetics and a greater variety of clothing such as shorts, blouses, pants, etc.
Nurzhamal received a loan from Siobhan to buy livestock to increase her income from raising livestock.
Santos Natividad received a loan from Don and Margaret to buy silk thread and polyester thread. With these materials she will make a greater quantity of hammocks and have the opportunity to increase her sales.
Carlos Manuel received a loan from Don and Margaret to buy printing screens with wooden frames, textile adhesive, and a thermal iron.$350 to goLend Now
Santos Lidia received a loan from Don and Margaret to buy tule and heart of tule to make handicrafts such as straw mats, wallets, hats, and yaguales.
Tilokiz received a loan from Don and Margaret to buy fabric, gold thread, and beads to develop a needlework business.$500 to goLend Now
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