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Posted by Reid on November 1, 2006

Looking for something that can help others, yet is not really a hand out? I have started a project in school and I really think this is a great program and I plan on continuing to work with this company. I would really suggest taking a look at it, the world of microfinance is pretty cool as it is better than a hand out it is helping them help themselves. Take a look…

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One Response to “”

  1. Duffshot said

    Hi Reid,

    Thank you for writing about Kiva. You’ve given your readers a unique chance to get connected to something very worthwhile, in a practical way. I’m glad to hear that this is part of a school project too! Thanks for caring!

    Regards,

    Tim (volunteer with Kiva.org)
    tim@kivavolunteers.org

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