Pride & Poverty: A Photo Essay of Kiva Borrowers in Georgia
By DJ Forza, KF16, Georgia
“We have to get out of this mindset that the rich will do the business and the poor will have the charity.” –Professor Muhammad Yunus, Nobel Peace Prize Winner
DJ Forza is a Kiva Fellow working with Credo in Tbilisi, Georgia and is excited to attend her first Georgian wedding! To learn more, please visit Credo’s partner page, join the Georgia lending team, and keep an eye out for Georgian loans on Kiva.org.
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