Category Archives: Kiva

Yeison Andres

Yeisón Andres lives in the central Colombian village of Norcasia. Yeisón is a man who found his passion in the kitchen. A month ago, he initiated his project of selling food products, and today he is grateful for having found … Continue reading

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Join the Elon University Kiva Team

Elon Microfinance Initiative is proud to announce the creation of a new lending team on Kiva.org. The Elon University Kiva Team will unite Elon University students, professors, and student clubs to raise money for entrepreneurs around the world. Elon University is … Continue reading

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Martin Yeral

Martin, 34 years old, is from the region of Cucirisne in Nicaragua. He is a father of two children aged 7 and 11 years old, and he is dedicated to planting corn and wheat. He also has cows which allows … Continue reading

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Jabbor

Jabbor is an active and cheerful man of 72. He lives and works in the Shahrituz region of Tajikistan. In Tajikistan, winter arrives and is not very cold. It gets cold on in the Pamira Mountains. But in Shahrituz winter … Continue reading

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Digna Emerita

Digna, 44, is a single mother with three children and lives in the town of Másica, San Juan Pueblo, Honduras. For four years she has been selling food that she makes herself, such as meat and rice pies, tortillas, ground … Continue reading

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Kumomoru

Kumomoru is 35 years old, married to Eunice and a father of four. His children are nine, five, three, and one years old. He is a livestock trader in Lower Melili area of Narok County, Kenya. He has been running … Continue reading

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Van

Van is a 45-year-old married woman. She lives with her two children and husband in Ho Chi Minh City. She and her husband earn money through working as tailors. They serve people in their community. They started this business eighteen … Continue reading

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