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Oct 17, 2016 1:05 EST

Israel: Alina – A loan of $2,625 helps to purchase a new computer for online programs and to pay for marketing.

iCrowdNewswire - Oct 17, 2016

Alina

Israel
 
Rehovot, Israel / Education provider
 
Borrower image
 

Alina’s story

Alina is a coach and consultant for parents with children who have ADHD. She focuses on programs and ‎courses for parents to give them the tools and skills to assist children with thriving under challenges, as well as tactics to help their children gain coping skills for the Israeli educational system that includes overcrowded classrooms and many distractions. Alina does private one-on-one consulting, as well as group ‎courses. She is working on a new group of clients since her older clients have completed the ‎program and their children are doing well.‎

Alina needs this loan to purchase a new computer for online programs and to pay for ‎marketing.‎ She wants to continue her business, maintain her clients, and gain new ones ‎as programs are completed.‎ 

This loan is special because:

It’s designed to help some of the most marginalized people in Israeli society. 

Lev Plaves
Kiva staff

More about this loan

KIEDF targets some of the most marginalized groups and areas in Israel with its microfinance services, specifically working with Bedouins, Haredi women, and Israeli-Ethiopians. By contributing to this loan, you are supporting a borrower who otherwise would have very limited access to financial services. 

About Koret Israel Economic Development Funds (KIEDF):

Koret Israel Economic Development Funds (KIEDF) launched its direct lending program, SAWA, in 2006 to help low-income and unemployed populations within Israel create independent income-generating activities. SAWA currently serves Bedouin women in the Negev, Arab Israeli women in northern Israel and Jewish Israeli women. SAWA loans support a wide variety of small business types including consumer goods sales, grocery stores, animal raising, hairdressing, sewing, and day care. SAWA continues to grow and serve new populations while maintaining a loss rate of less than 3%.

A loan of $2,625 helps to purchase a new computer for online programs and to pay for marketing.

Contact Information:

Alina

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