It is important for you to meet who we helped today through this site. As I mention, all over the place, revenue from people clicking on ads and using the service of advertisers is used to help sponsor people in poverty through Kiva. Please visit or use the services of advertisers on the GetOutOfDebt.org site so we can help more people.
Betty Nansubuga is the leader of the Nyikira Okole group in Kikajjo, Uganda. She is a very hardworking 30-year-old mother of 2 children, aged 4 and 7, who also cares for 2 orphans belonging to her late sister. Betty has owned and operated the Seaman Bar for 3 years, and so far her business is good. It’s from the profits derived from the bar that she is able to pay school fees for her dependents plus their general care. She hopes to expand the bar with more space, and more beers and sodas, once she has access to the loan, since she hopes to buy a plot of land with the proceeds. She still has her hopes of one day owning a beer and soda depot to be able to supply other retailers.
The reason I give money to Kiva to help people all over the world in disadvantaged places is so we can give someone an opportunity to start a small business so they can care for their family and become self-sufficient.
I’d like for you to meet all the people we have helped through the GetOutOfDebt.org site. Click here.
My goal is to increase site traffic and revenue by a sufficient amount that I could sponsor one person a day. That would be awesome! If you want to work together to help achieve that goal, join my lending team and together we can make a profound difference.
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