Presenting Manuela Ramos, a Kiva Field Partner

2 November 2010 at 12:00 1 comment

By Julie Shea, KF12, Peru

As I finish up my three month fellowship with Kiva’s Peruvian field partner, Manuela Ramos/CrediMUJER, I would like to share a short video in which Executive Director Gloria Díaz discusses the organization’s work empowering the women of rural Peru, as well as the role Kiva lenders play in supporting that work.

If you feel inspired by what you’ve seen, join the Manuela Ramos lending team.
You can also help to fund a Manuela Ramos borrower’s loan today!

Julie Shea has recently completed her KF12 placement in Peru and looks forward to continuing her adventure as a member of KF13 in Bolivia.

Entry filed under: blogsherpa, KF12 (Kiva Fellows 12th Class), Manuela Ramos / CrediMUJER, Peru. Tags: , , , , , .

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1 Comment

  • 1. nel moso  |  3 November 2010 at 06:45

    is KIVA a scam? why you people are keep on soliciting fund from people? LEND AND LEND AND LEND!! DONT you have any other source of fund?


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