New Kiva Loan: Nicola from Israel
Latest Posts / February 20, 2016

Click here to donate yourself Nicola is a former educator and the mother of four grown children. She decided to open her ‎own business selling jewelry and handbags in her village when it was time to retire. She ‎knew she and her husband could not live on their pensions, nor was she ready to just sit ‎at home.She decided to take business management courses at her local SBA and ‎take her unique style and taste to open her store. She gained a good customer base due ‎to the high-quality products. Now it is time to expand her products and refresh her store.‎Nicola decided to add new products to her store and needed this loan for a line of ‎household linens, sheets, towels and blankets, as well as a new, upgraded display ‎window, closets and shelving.‎Nicola wants to keep making sure she can provide a decent income and build a new ‎house, as her children have grown.‎ More information about this loanKIEDF targets some of the most marginalized groups and areas in Israel with its microfinance services, specifically working with Bedouins, Haredi women, and Israeli-Ethiopians. By contributing to this loan, you are supporting a borrower who otherwise would have very limited…

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