Rumble: Kiva Rocks!

Click to participate to The Road's social projectJust got a mail from Kiva... The people we have allocated loans to through our blog's social project have started repaying.
We received a total of $55.11:

  • Quirudis Altagracia Ortiz Cordonis's Group in Dominican Republic (Activity: Grocery Store)
    Our Loan:$50.00
    Newly Repaid:$8.33 (16.66% of our loan)
  • Maria España Ugaz Castillo in Peru (Activity: Food Production/Sales)
    Our Loan:$50.00
    Newly Repaid:$12.50 (25.00% of our loan)
  • Sopheap Chun's Group in Cambodia (Activity: Agriculture)
    Our Loan:$100.00
    Newly Repaid:$7.44 (7.44% of our loan)
  • Kim Houy Lach's Group in Cambodia (Activity: Poultry)
    Our Loan:$100.00
    Newly Repaid:$3.89 (3.89% of our loan)
  • Ganna Shkirta in Ukraine (Activity: Fruits & Vegetables)
    Our Loan:$50.00
    Newly Repaid:$6.25 (12.50% of our loan)
  • Francis Jamilett Areas Vivas's Group in Nicaragua (Activity: Retail)
    Our Loan:$100.00 (12.53% of our loan)
  • Mao Kung in Cambodia (Activity: Pigs)
    Our Loan:$50.00
    Newly Repaid:$4.17 (8.34% of our loan)
The funds are now available as Kiva Credit, which we can re-lend! More work to do :-)

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5 comments:

Peter (Worldman): 17 December, 2008 05:10  

Though I have joined under your name and have put a banner on my blog, I have not been very active yet. But this will come soon, as soon as I have more time.

I think Kiva is a great idea as one can help and get people started in their project with small amounts.

Peter 17 December, 2008 06:19  

Tnx Peter, Looking forward!

P.

Tamara 17 December, 2008 19:24  

Great to hear that you are a Kiva fan! If you (or your friends / family) are interested in getting more involved with Kiva, we have two core volunteer programs:

• Kiva Fellows Program: Individuals spend 10 weeks to one year with a microfinance institution in a developing country, chronicling the lives of the working poor and assisting the microfinance institutions to maximize their relationship with Kiva. (www.kiva.org/fellows)

• Kiva Translation Program: Volunteering from their own homes, individuals take entrepreneurs’ loan profiles written in the local language and translate to English, which are then posted for lending on Kiva.org. Kiva Translators help bring the entrepreneurs' stories to life for potential lenders. (www.kiva.org/volunteer)

** Languages needed include: Bahasa Indonesia, French, Mongolian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese.

Peter 17 December, 2008 23:13  

Thanks Tamara! I will publish your appeal in a later post!

Peter 17 March, 2009 22:43  

Tamara,

-sorry for the delay, but posting your call for volunteers today!

Peter

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