Sunday, September 15, 2013

Kiva loan to a Julia for Nursing School

New Kiva loan to a Julia
Julia is studying a degree in nursing. She would like to be able to complete her studies in order to help her family with the income she will earn. She is a dedicated and exemplary person. She says that she helps in the family business while also studying, because she wants to be a successful professional and helpful to others. She requests this loan in order to be able to invest it in her degree fees, to be able to continue studying and to strive for her future goal.

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

kiva loan to a Julia in Colombia

A loan of $525 helps Julia Pilar to buy stock in bulk (cakes, fizzy drinks, biscuits, sweets, coffee and so on) and to make a few small changes .Julia lives in Colombia. loan.

Monday, September 09, 2013

kiva loan to a julia in El Salvadore.

Julia lives in her own house. Her husband and children live in the United States. She has sold tortillas for the past few years. She is a friendly, responsible, honest person who is dedicated to her work. She has a good income and there is much demand for her product because of it's quality and cleanliness. Thanks to her efforts she has managed to pay some of her expenses. 

Julia is requesting a loan to buy corn by the quintal, lime and utensils she uses in the elaboration of her tortillas. She hopes that through this she will be able to create more income, fulfill the demand she now has and improve her quality of life.

Wednesday, September 04, 2013

Sunday, September 01, 2013

Kiva loan to a Lydia loan -
A married mother of three, 40-year-old Lydia resides in Paynesville South, a suburb just outside Monrovia, Liberia It is one of the most populated areas in Montserrado County and has one of the best standards of living in the country. Good roads, access to clean water, affordable rents and plentiful transportation options make Paynesville South one of the most popular places to live. 

Lydia runs a table business selling lappa (African clothes mostly used by women) in the local market. Describing herself as a serious businesswoman, she started her enterprise two years ago, using money given by her mother. Lydia typically works from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. from Monday to Saturday, transporting her goods to the market by bus. She cites her greatest challenge as small capital reserves. 

Proud of her business because it supports her home, Lydia has requested this loan to purchase more lappa to resell. In the future, she plans to build her house. She sincerely thanks you in advance for your support.