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Thank You and Continued Best Wishes to these Entrepreneurs!

Wow! Yesterday we received enough repayments on Kiva Micro Loans to be able to fund another small $25 loan for a dedicated Single Mom, Maria Teresa, in Ecuador (her story is below after the others whose payment helped to fund her loan). Today we got even more exciting notices, so will be able to fund yet another amazing small business person or group, just like us! 

May their businesses keep growing as they keep inspiring so many with their tenacious spirit, determination and creativity!

Recent repayments
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✓ 100% repaid
Famille Muhityameno Group 
   
Congo (Dem. Rep.) / Used Shoes
 
 

Thank you for helping Famille Muhityameno Group to buy shoes to resell.

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Sokim 
   
Cambodia / Higher education costs
 
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Fany 
   
Bolivia / Restaurant
 
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Repeka 
   
Samoa / Farming
 
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Rolando 
   
Philippines / Fish Selling
 
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Secret Heritage Group 
   
Zimbabwe / Poultry
 
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Rafael 
   
El Salvador / Livestock
 
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Peter 
   
Kenya / Farming
 
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Luz Marina 
   
Colombia / Tailoring
 

Repayments From Yesterday:
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Juan Ángel 
Repaid Jul 17   
El Salvador / Agriculture
 
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Lourdes 
   
Philippines / General Store
 
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Cristo La Fuente 1,3,4,5 Group 
   
Dominican Republic / Cafe
 
So with our small donation yesterdya and many others' contributions, Maria Teresa was fully funded to buy pigs, potaties and feed for her family business!

Funded

Total loan: $1,300
Powered by 28 lenders

Maria Teresa
Maria is 46 years old. She is a single mother. She has two children at the ages of 14 and 16. Their house is leased. Maria works on day labor and grows pigs and chickens. She needs ways to get ahead with education expenses of her children. She wants to grow her business to improve her profits.Maria requests a loan to buy pigs, potatoes, and balanced feed. María aspires to have her children finish at least high school since she won’t be able to send them to University.

Ecuador
 

 


This group in Rwanda was our choice to help support today, along with a benefactor, who is matching funds, and 106 other lenders:


 

Abadahemuka Acb Sub Grp A Group's story


Abadahemuka Acb Sub Grp A is a group represented by Lititia, who is 46 years old. She is married with six children, aged between 4 and 24 years. The group name means “trusted people” in English. The group members work hard in order to improve their standards of living.

Lititia owns a shop and has been doing this business for the past seven years. With the loan, she would like to buy more sugar, salt, rice, and cooking oil for sale. The profits from the business will be used to increase her savings.

In this group: Frank, Viviane, Jackson, Nora, Yoram, Mary, Mebla, Lititia, Consolee

Rwanda
Rwanda / Grocery Store



 




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