Please pray for:

Adiza is an intelligent 38-year-old woman. She has three children ranging from 5 months to 18 years old. Adiza’s husband is an electrician. For the past 10 years, Adiza has sold ‘minerals’ (soft drinks), pastries, and toffees. Adiza will use the loan to buy more minerals (soft drinks) and pastries. Adiza hopes to eventually buy a large refrigerator so she can make more pastries and sell them wholesale. Her future goal is also to provide her children with quality education.
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Adiza is the leader of the trust bank group called ‘Allah Is Good’. There are 5 members in this group. The other group members are local restaurant operators, petty traders, and dealers in soft drinks and clothing. They plan to use the loan to purchase assorted stocks to grow their businesses so they can adequately support their families.Kiva – Allah Is Good Trust Bank Group from Ghana has a loan fundraising on Kiva

We made this loan today and two others.

We, @thedailylily.org made four loans sometime back and we have been paid in full. Today, we reinvested our monies into three nations. Berekum, Ghana and Guatemala:

Jose Antonio is a young man who is 22 years of age, single, and currently lives with his grandmother in San Martin Jilotepeque. In order to support his grandmother, he established a business selling mobile phones, computers, hard drives, and CDs. Jose Antonio graduated as a certified accountant and also performs accounting paperwork.

The loan he is requesting will be used to buy computer parts. His business is profitable and doing very well because he has customers who request his services. Jose Antonio dreams of growing his business and selling all brands of computers so that he can become a successful well-known entrepreneur in the community and continue to support his grandmother.Kiva – Jose Antonio Pozuelos Sarazua from Guatemala has a loan fundraising on Kiva
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As well as, Mongolia:Tungalagtamir Lhagviilhaa, 42, is married and the mother of a 19-year-old son. She and her family live together in an apartment in Arhangai province, Mongolia. Her son, Bulganhangai, is a university student. They have been living together in their current home for 15 years.

Tungalagtamir operates a pig farm with her husband. They have been operating their business since 2008, and have been steadily expanding their business. She has created another pig farm in a Tuv province as well. With her business profit, she purchased a car for her family. Over the past years, Tungalagtamir and her husband have been successfully operating their business and have built a loyal customer base. She is an honest and hardworking person.

Tungalagtamir would like expand her business and to be able to pay her only son’s university tuition fee. She is requesting a 2,600,000 Mongolian Tugrug (MNT) loan to expand her pig farm and to purchase more pigs for her business.

 Img W800 538139Kiva – Tungalagtamir Lhagviilhaa from Mongolia has a loan fundraising on Kiva

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10 thoughts on “Please pray for:”

  1. What a worthy cause is investing in Kiva to help the “less advantaged” receive the opportunity to work, not only to provide a living for themselves and their families but eventually to be able to hire and provide more jobs for the people in their communities.
    These are great real-life stories.

  2. Yes, I will pray for these loan recipients.
    It is so wonderful that the The Daily Lily, through its loan dollars, can reach out across the globe, hand someone a brick to help build a wall of defense that can ensure a brighter future for others.
    It reminds me of the scripture in Nehemiah 4:6:”So we built the wall, and the entire wall was joined together up to half its height, for the people had a mind to work.”

    God bless these individuals who desire to be good stewards. May they prosper in the sight of God and men as the man of Matt 25:16:
    “The man who had received the five talents went at once and put his money to work and gained five more.”

  3. As I read about these mothers above who are working at ventures to enable their children to get an education and better themselves and of the grandson who desires to be able to care for his grandmother through his work, I thought of Dot’s May 7 poem, ‘Your Mother’ and one of the verses, “THE GOLD AT RAINBOWS END;
    THE BRIGHTEST STAR IN YOUR SKY;
    FOREVER, SHES YOUR FRIEND;”
    These loans cause a mother or somone caring for a mother to light up like a bright light on the world map, putting out the darkness somewhere tonight.

  4. You are right, Debi. I love these stories of how; where there is a will there is a way. It is always so amazing to me that we can be a part of God’s World in so many ways if we just allow The Holy Spirit to use us.

    When Jesus finds us ready He is ready. It is so thrilling to think that the loans we have given out have come back in full and we have reinvested in God’s children around the world. What an amazing thing Kiva is doing to make this possible.

  5. I’ve always heard “you don’t work, you don’t eat.” Read with me 2Thessalonians 3:10, “Even while we were with you, we gave you this command: ‘Those unwilling to work will not get to eat.” Now read the footnotes, for verses 6-10 with me, “Paul was writing here about the person who is lazy. Paul explained that when he and his companions were in Thessalonica, they worked hard, buying what they needed rather than becoming a burden to any of the believers. The rule they followed was, ‘Those unwilling to work will not get to eat.’ There’s a difference between leisure and laziness. Relaxation and recreation provide a necessary and much needed balance to our lives; when it is time to work, however, Christians should jump right in. We should make the most of our talent and time, doing all we can to provide for ourselves and our dependents. Rest when you should be resting, and work when you should be working.”
    I pray for the people listed above. They are workers. I pray that God will continue to bless them, as they are following God’s teaching, by not being lazy.

  6. ‘When Jesus finds us ready He is ready’. Work as Needles spoke of and readiness as Sara wrotes seem to go hand in hand paving the road for hope and a brighter tomorrow. As Jesus told us in John 9:4, “Night is coming, when no one can work”.

  7. Dear TheDailyLily com,
    This is an update on your loan to Jose Antonio Pozuelos Sarazua in
    Guatemala.

    Thanks to you and 27 other Kiva Lenders, the $875.00 loan requested by
    Jose Antonio Pozuelos Sarazua in Guatemala has been 100% funded. The
    loan will be used for the purpose of: Purchase three computers,
    accessories, and parts. Over the months of this loan, Kiva’s Field
    Partner in Guatemala, FAPE, will be collecting repayments from this
    entrepreneur and posting progress updates on the Kiva website.

    You can view the loan profile here:

    http://www.kiva.org/lend/198327?_te=j

    Thanks for lending to the world’s working poor on Kiva!

  8. Dear TheDailyLily com,
    This is an update on your loan to Allah Is Good Trust Bank Group in
    Ghana.
    Thanks to you and 34 other Kiva Lenders, the $1,075.00 loan requested by
    Aramata Abu, Fati seidu, Adiza Muta, Gladys Laily, Lukaya Awodulai in
    Ghana has been 100% funded. The loan will be used for the purpose of: To
    purchase assorted soft drinks in bulk. Over the months of this loan,
    Kiva’s Field Partner in Ghana, Sinapi Aba Trust (SAT), will be
    collecting repayments from this entrepreneur and posting progress
    updates on the Kiva website.

    You can view the loan profile here:
    http://www.kiva.org/lend/198983?_te=j
    Thanks for lending to the world’s working poor on Kiva!
    Best Wishes, Kiva Staff

  9. Great to see how joining a lending hand with others’ hands builds a better tomorrow for these entrepreneurs and their families.

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