Kiva Lending Team: World Vision
We loan because...
World Vision brings meaningful development to struggling communities through child sponsorship - builds medical clinics, schools, digs wells, assists with farming practices...then moves on.
Supporters of the Christian charity World Vision through child sponsorship, gift catalogue items or donations to emergency relief works.
This is a team of captains except for “Anonymous” people and people who have not yet made a loan (still welcome on the team!) and people who opt out: currently Bernie and Erika (please do not bestow captianhood on people who have opted out)
World Vision partners found on Kiva so far:
CEVI (Philippines) www.kiva.org/partners/125
FODEMI (Ecuador) www.kiva.org/partners/188
FRAC (Mexico) *Now VisionFund Mexico
KADET (Kenya) www.kiva.org/partners/133
SEF International (Armenia) www.kiva.org/partners/169
VFC (Rwanda) www.kiva.org/partners/117
VisionFund Albania (Albania) www.kiva.org/partners/239
VisionFund AzerCredit (Azerbaijan) www.kiva.org/partners/207
VisionFund Cambodia (Cambodia) www.kiva.org/partners/204
VisionFund Indonesia (Indonesia) www.kiva.org/partners/189
VisionFund Mexico (Mexico) www.kiva.org/partners/130
Location: Around the globe
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Odef received a loan from 1 team members support borrowers in restarting businesses and agricultural production affected by COVID-19.
Millicent received a loan from Glyn to purchase sacks of sugar, cleaning detergents, milk and bales of wheat and maize flour.
José Rodolfo received a loan from 1 team members to buy a cow for milk production to increase sales and improve the quality of life for his family.
Javier received a loan from 1 team members to buy a vehicle to sell fruits and vegetables so that he can earn better income for his family's wellbeing.
Sacuanjoche Las Vueltas Group received a loan from Jon to buy manure, fertilizer and herbicide and pay to rent land.
Mujeres Unidas Group received a loan from Jon to buy fertilizer, seeds and other products to continue with her work growing vegetables.
Jeniffer received a loan from Steve Heuwagen to buy cereals such as corn and beans from local farmers to sell at a profit and be able to meet the expenses of her family.
Alima received a loan from Steve Heuwagen to buy cereal grains (beans and maize) to sell in her village market and use the profits to support her family.
Genny Narcisa received a loan from 1 team members to buy clothing, tennis shoes, and underwear.
Juana Paola received a loan from 1 team members to buy fish, shoes, clothes, etc.
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