The Road to Kiva Borrowers

6 November 2010 at 08:00 1 comment

As a Kiva Fellow in Cambodia for the past three months, I have had the opportunity to travel through Cambodia, experiencing the crowds and the charms of the urban areas and the beauty and calmness of the rural villages. Here are some of my favorite pictures of the different roads taken to get to Kiva borrowers.

A moto driver carrying bananas in Phnom Penh

Busy intersection in Phnom Penh

Road to a village outside of Phnom Penh

Cows on dirt roads

Cows on paved roads

A Kiva borrower’s house

A beautiful sunny afternoon in rural Cambodia

Credit officer riding skillfully over soft dirt

A Kiva Fellow bravely crossing over a ditch to get to a rice field

Absolutely amazing rice fields on the side of the road

 

Edwin Au-Yeung is a Kiva Fellow (KF12) currently based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. He is glad to have visited villages in rural Cambodia and seen things he otherwise would not have seen had he just been traveling through Cambodia. Want to volunteer with the Kiva Fellows Program?  Learn more here and apply to be a Fellow!

Entry filed under: Cambodia, KF12 (Kiva Fellows 12th Class). Tags: , , , .

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1 Comment

  • 1. jgannz  |  7 November 2010 at 17:24

    These pictures are fantastic, Ed! Definitely part of the experience of being a Kiva Fellow.


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