Kiva Lending Team: WordPress
We loan because...
Loaning is good for the world as far as we know.
In this group we also like the open-source website software WordPress.
Maybe we make a good living using it as professionals and want to give it props for the fact that we can invest in Kiva, or maybe you just want a WordPress badge in your profile cause its nice.
We are fans of a web-based program that lets you build sites easily. The program is Free Software which means it doesn't cost anything and is produced by a community instead of a company.
Some of us might be website producers, while others are bloggers or businesspeople who use the software for their own websites.
WordPress has sharing and co-operation as core principles of its development and community.
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Getrude received a loan from Christine to buy farm inputs to improve her production and make more income to support her family.
Mburukuja Poty Group received a loan from vortfu purchase shirts, trousers, blouses, T shirts, and more.
Mujeres Emprendedoras Group received a loan from vortfu to buy flour in bulk, yeast, sugar, salt and other products.
Alianza Y Progreso Group received a loan from Ken to buy soaps, softeners, deodorants, and other products.
Nueva Generacion Group received a loan from Ken to buy fabric, thread, elastic, zippers, and other products.
Francis' Group received a loan from Greg Davis to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer for the cultivation of maize.
Mwanahawa's Group received a loan from Greg Davis to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer for the cultivation of maize, as well as a solar light.
Hasmaho received a loan from Melissa to buy 36 bags of pearl millet, 7 bags of sugar, a load of firewood and small bags, and to save money to build on a plot of land.
Augusta received a loan from Melissa to buy additional supplies such as milk, eggs, sugar, rice, coffee, biscuits, salt and candles.
Eliszabth received a loan from Melissa to buy an additional wheel barrow, insecticides, fertilizers and seedlings (cabbage and melon) for her farming business.
Xiomara Del Carmen received a loan from Melissa to buy soil amendments and fertilizers to maintain her plantain crops.
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