Stories tagged with vulnerable groups

Jun 6, 2016 ZW Zimbabwe

My MSG Combi Choir

Travelling down a bumpy gravel road in Guruve district I wasn’t sure if I had heard that quite right. “MSG is #1?” Yes, I definitely did hear that. The confirmation coming loud and clear as it was belted out repeatedly at full harmonious volume by a joyous choir of ten mothers and grandmothers dressed in their brightly coloured finest clothes and all packed into the back of a twenty passenger combi van, encouraged by the energetic and inspiring powerhouse that is my new friend... Continue Reading >>
Jun 6, 2016 ZW Zimbabwe

Cecilia used a part of her loan to buy seen and fertilizer for her farm and operate a tuck shop
Joyce supplies all the meat and produce from her own farm for the take away restaurant she opened with her second Kiva loan
Camfed supported women continuing their education to become teachers

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Jan 1, 2014 IN India
View from a village in Manipur- The last ridge of mountains here is over the border with Myanmar

As a dedicated supporter of Kiva, I love all of the fascinating new loan products and businesses that are financed through Kiva loans; however, after spending over 2 months in Northeastern India, I feel compelled to highlight Kiva Partner WSDS’s loans because the impact and ingenuity of their programs may not be immediately apparent.

WSDS works in Manipur, a small state on the far North... Continue Reading >>
Apr 4, 2013 AL Albania
This month I was lucky enough to meet a man that made a tremendously deep impact on me and I can't shake the image of his face from my mind.  Please allow me to introduce Hamit, an entrepreneurial pig farmer living in the Korca region in the south of Albania that I had the pleasure of meeting on a recent field visit.
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