Kiva Lending Team: Women United
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We believe that by empowering women around the world through education, business and home improvement microloans, we can truly help transform their lives. United we can make a significant impact!
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We are a group of like-minded individuals that want to utilize Kiva's microloans to assist women improve their lives and communities.
Studies have shown that when you empower a woman, you empower an economy, a nation. This is because women invest 90% of their income back into their families and communities, which in turn benefits both their immediate society and the wider economy.
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Song's Group received a loan from Robert to buy a water filter to provide safe drinking water for her family.$150 to goLend Now
Karen Dayanna received a loan from Robert to purchase supplies in bulk such as corn, butter, cheese, meat, napkins, aluminum foil, and other items.
Shazia received a loan from Robert to purchase cloths, threads, needles, pearls, and design pattern for an embroidery business.$350 to goLend Now
10 Quarter (2) Group received a loan from Robert to purchase grocery items to sell, such as fish paste, dried fish, betel nuts, betel leaf, etcetera.$350 to goLend Now
Altynai received a loan from Ben with the purchase of some cows in order to increase the livestock headcount.$725 to goLend Now
Debaty's Group received a loan from Ben to purchase food products to run an income-generating activity.
Joana received a loan from Sheila to pay for 100 day-old chicks and their feeds for her poultry business.
In Ga Lone – 1 (B) Village Group received a loan from Sheila to purchase quality duck feed and rebuild the duck house.$550 to goLend Now
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Esther received a loan from Vikki to start running her own business as a Zoona mobile money transfer agent so that she can provide financial services to her community.
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