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Hi, I'm a finance blogger who is interested in how different financial tools, including microfinance, can deliver real value to consumers.
Kiva Small Business Advisor for the Greater Seattle area. Reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Currently a Master of Public Administration (MPA) student at Bowling Green State. University in Bowling Green, Ohio, USA. Specializing in International Development with focus on sub-Saharan Africa.
I work in Advertising Operations at Zillow, but LOVE microfinance. I'm always interested in startups, especially non-profits, reach out to me if you're working on anything cool!
Chooze is a good returns company and invests its profits in anti-poverty programs at the end of each year. These programs provide training, support, education, and loans to women so they can start their own businesses and lift themselves out of poverty. The loans are paid back at the end of the year, and the cycle starts again. They choose to loan money this way because it is more sustainable than a one time donation. Chooze made its first microfinance investment and is now partnered with the Grameen Foundation. The program will help around 100 women start businesses and lift themselves out of poverty.
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