Video Blog: “Why We Kiva” – Kiva Fellows Around the World

30 October 2011 at 00:01 4 comments

Compiled by Mariela Cedeño, KF16, Bolivia.

 

Wondering why Kiva Fellows jump at the opportunity to be thrown half way around the world to work with Kiva’s many local Field Parnters? Well, this little video should give you a small glimpse of “Why We Kiva”.

 

 

Mariela Cedeño is part of Kiva Fellows 16th Class, serving with CIDRE in Cochabamba, Bolivia. Cows have become her new favorite thing on earth…Llamas are also moving up the list. Please support CIDRE‘s hard-working entrepreneurs by making a loan today and  join the Friends of CIDRE/Amigos de CIDRE lending team to stay involved!

Entry filed under: Africa, Americas, East Asia & the Pacific (EAP), Eastern Europe & Central Asia (EECA), KF16 (Kiva Fellows 16th Class), KF16 (Kiva Fellows 16th Class), Middle East & North Africa (MENA), South Asia. Tags: , .

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