I made two more loans today for $25 each bring the total number of loans to 25. That leaves $21.74 in the bank meaning I won;t be able to make more loans until the next set of auctions finish (they are already up and will end Friday). Here are the latest two loans made:
Nkurankan, Ghana is a large marking centre for the people of the Yilo Krobo District of Ghana. Madam Agnes is a resident of Nkurankanand manufactures beads. She is also a client of Kraban Support Foundation and is however seeking a Kiva loan of $900.00 to help her improve her business.
Tep Sarin is 40 years old and lives in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, with her husband and child. She works at her small laundry shop and earns about $2/day while her husband earns about $3/day operating a mototaxi. She will use this loan to repair her home so that it will not leak. In the future, she wants to buy a stand in the market to sell vegetables. Her goal is for her children to graduate from university.