The Top 10: My favorite borrower photos from Colombia and Chile
Kiva Fellows come from a vast variety of backgrounds, both in regards to their professional experience and hobbies. When the Kiva Fellows Program Team is trying to decide where to send people they evaluate what MFIs would benefit most from that fellow’s individual experience and skills, and also what special projects they can work on to benefit Kiva’s mission and/or the MFI. As part of my fellowship I was asked to help add to Kiva’s library of borrower images, which are used for marketing and communications purposes by Kiva. With camera in hand I have set out to take some simple portraits of clients in their homes and businesses. Here are 10 of my favorite from both Chile and Colombia, hope you enjoy them!
John Gwillim is part of KF15, serving with Fondo Esperanza in Santiago, Chile. He also worked with Fundación Mario Santo Domingo as part of KF14 in Barranquilla, Colombia.
Entry filed under: blogsherpa, Chile, Colombia, Fondo Esperanza, Fundación Mario Santo Domingo (FMSD), KF14 (Kiva Fellows 14th Class), KF15 (Kiva Fellows 15th Class). Tags: blogsherpa, Chile, Colombia, Kiva Fellows, kiva.org, microfinance, photography.