A microloan supports entrepreneur from Kyrgyzstan providing feed for livestock and other business needs.

Microloan Supports Entrepreneur in Kyrgyzstan

$425 microloan supports entrepreneur farmer to purchase feed, business investments. The following is how a microloan supports entrepreneur Ulan, a farmer in Kyrgyzstan. Ulan’s story Ulan is very thankful to Kiva and all those who help provide microloan financing for entrepreneurs in need of access to capital. He has four cows, ten sheep, and two horses…

A microloan helps a ghana woman increase her charcoal business and become financially self-sufficient.

$1,250 Microloan Helps Buy Bags of Charcoal

Mercy Foundation Microloan Helps Woman’s Charcoal Retail Business Biako Ye Group’s story Margaret is 36 years old and married with two children. Since 2009, she started charcoal selling after saving a small amount of money in a container. The funds grew and became enough for starting capital. The Mercy Foundation’s $1,250 microloan helps Margaret reach her goal.…

A microloan from the Mercy Foundation helps small Peruvian farmers become financially independent.

Microloan Helps Peruvian Farmer, Anacleto’s Story

$450 microloan pays for agricultural labor, purchasing and applying plant protection products, fertilizers, and labor for harvesting. Anacleto’s 67 years old, separated, and lives in his own home made with rustic material in the Pomahuaca district, Jaen province, Cajamarca department, in Peru. He has very good personal and professional references from the inhabitants of the area.…