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Vittana

10,509 Total number of students that have broken the cycle of poverty in the developing world thanks to Vittana.org lenders Vittana is a non-profit that aids students in the developing world with student loans (which are non-existant in many places) to pursue an education. How does it work? $25 Fine people like you lend or more to students in need. 100% of your loan goes to students © 98% of students repay their loans after graduation. Real world example: A girl who was selling food on the side of the road now knows how to give vaccinations and goes from living on $3 a day to $9 a day. Lenders have made an extraordinary impact. The Phillipines 3,076 students aided Bolivia 2,236 students aided Jordan 1,616 students aided Paraguay M 1,600 students aided Breakdowns Cambodia Georgia Ghana Honduras Indonesia Mongolia A 83 A 320 144 296 346 Nicaragua Rwanda Ghana Vietnam 5 293 M 144 Professions Gender Accounting Banking Business Education Law 16% 2% 15% 11% 9% Science & 42% 58% Liberal Arts Marketing Medicine Engineering Vocational 2% 4% 15% 19% 7% of graduates Vittana works with carefully selected partners in more than a dozen countries. These partners work to find students who are motivated to continue their education and they help to prepare them for success. Get involved by lending today or visiting Vittana.org for more information. vittana vittana.org designed by giselleherrera.com 7dayinfographic.com source: vittana.org

Vittana

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Vittana is a non-profit that aids students in the developing world with student loans (which are non-existant in many places) to pursue an education. Visit vittana.org to learn more.

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