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Are You Missing Out on These Grants & Loans? # 039.
May 30, 2007
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May 30 2007, ISSUE #039.
If you know small businesses that need funding in the developing countries, encourage them to visit Kiva. Kiva started off with several entrepreneurs in Uganda and will lend $10 million in 2008 to small entrepreneurs in developing countries. Individuals impressed with your business model, lend money to you via Kiva. More details...
For bigger social entrepreneurship projects, consider Echoing Green. It funds up to $60, 000 to individuals and $90, 000 to partnerships. Unlike Kiva, this is a grant, not a loan. The money does not need to be paid back. The 2007 finalists include applicants from Uganda, Sudan, Equatorial Guinea and Kenya. The 2008 applications are being accepted, please prepare your application early enough to beat the December 1 deadline. More details and links to this year’s finalists...
We continue to receive encouraging news of successful scholarship applicants; see for example - Two UNT graduate students receive $8,000 scholarships.
This week’s scholarships & grants include:
- International Essay Contest for Young People, Worldwide
- International Postgraduate Scholarships at Bristol University, UK
- Entrepreneurial Manager Scholarships - IMBA Scholarships, Netherlands
- MBA Scholarships - The Richard Metzler and Roland Berger AMCF Scholarships, USA & Europe
- MasterCard-U21Global Scholarship Program to Empower Women in Travel and Tourism, Worldwide
- ICCR Scholarships, India
- IFC-FT Essay Competition, Worldwide
- Highway Africa conference 2007 Scholarships, South Africa
- Tourism Cares Offers Worldwide Grant Program, Global
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This week’s thought - Procrastination.
"Putting off an easy thing makes it hard, and putting off a hard one makes it impossible."
- George H. Lonmer
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