Mali in Color (Part 2): Impressions from the Road

13 December 2011 at 02:00 1 comment

By Kathrin Gerner, KF16, Rwanda

In the first part of this blog series, I shared pictures of Malian borrowers. But even on my way to those borrowers, I was not able to put down my camera. Here are my favorite shots from the road.

If you are as mesmerized by Mali as I was, also check out Mali in Color (Part 1): Impressions of Kiva Borrowers.

Family on a donkey cart

Three women

Moving truck

Group of children

Bicycle transport

Women and children

Mother and daughter

Fire wood


Young girls

Morning commute

Overloaded bus

Three women with babies

Man on bicycle

Woman with fruit


Kathrin Gerner took a little detour from her fellowship with Amasezerano Community Banking (ACB) and Vision Finance Company (VFC) in Kigali, Rwanda, to conduct a borrower verification for Soro Yiriwaso in Mali. Support borrowers in Mali by lending to one of Soro Yiriwaso’s clients.

Previous posts by Kathrin Gerner:
Paving the Way to the Future (Part 1): Bad Roads, Transportation Costs and Microfinance in Togo
Paving the Way to the Future (Part 2): Road Construction and Its Effects on Microfinance in Togo
Isabukuru Nziza, ACB! A Kiva Field Partner in Rwanda Celebrates Its Fifth Anniversary
Say a Little Prayer for the Portfolio: 5 Questions about Christian Microfinance in Rwanda

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Mali in Color (Part 1): Impressions of Kiva Borrowers And the Winner Is…………

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