GIVING BACK

Arme mensen in ontwikkelingslanden zijn niet het probleem, maar zij zijn juist de oplossing! Ik verschaf elke maand via Kiva International nieuwe microkredieten aan ondernemende mensen in ontwikkelingslanden. Op deze webpagina vind je meer informatie over hoe microkredieten het leven van mensen verandert.  Tevens vind je onderstaand voorbeelden van leningen en in welke delen van de wereld ik via KIVA actief ben.

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HELP ONDERNEMERS

Geef jonge ondernemers de tools die zij nodig hebben om hun dromen te kunnen verwezenlijken

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FINANCIËLE SCHAARSTE

Help de gebieden die kampen met een enorme financiële schaarse en ondersteun de locale economie.

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CONFLICT GEBIEDEN

Steun de conflict gebieden met de heropbouw van hun economie en business.

LOANS THAT CHANGE LIVES

Actief op alle continenten

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INTEGRAAL OVERZICHT VERSTREKTE MICROKREDIETEN VIA KIVA?

VOORBEELDEN VAN ONDERNEMERS DIE WE HELPEN

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Tep from Cambodia

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Irembo Group from Bujumbura

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Nawal from Jordan

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Josephine from Philippines

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Lucia from Bolivia

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Sunday Mar from Liberia

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Nawal from Jordan

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Hasan from Mongolia

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Bill Clinton

If you look at Kiva.org, people with a very modest amount of money can make a huge positive impact all around the world. There are so many people who want to give but don't really know how to do it. Through Kiva.org, people around the world can become micro-bankers to developing world entrepreneurs, who have their own ideas, so we can give them a chance to raise their kids with dignity, send their kids to school, and in troubled places like Afghanistan we can marginally increase the chance that peace can prevail, because people will see there is a positive alternative to conflict.
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Jonathan Morduch

co-author of the Economics of Microfinance

I think that the great success of Kiva, and micro-finance in general, is that it shows a series of success stories at a time when there's great pessimism around foreign aid and what official aid approaches are doing. Kiva and the micro-finance world are set up not just as a better way to fight banking but also an important way to rethink traditional modes of giving and global social justice.
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Nicolas Kristof

columnist for The New York Times and Kiva Lender

It is a way of feeling like you're making a difference, of doing so in a way that encourages economic activity which ultimately will provide more employment to support the economy. I also think that there's really a benefit, though, of just engaging with the rest of the world and of seeing who you are helping.

Microkredieten die het leven

Van mensen verandert….