Posted on April 15, 2009 by blogando
Over the weekend, Matt Hoge, a KU graduate student in Latin American Studies, gave a comprehensive overview of his experiences, observations and some conclusions about the usage of microfinance in Paraguay to participants in the 2009 Annual meeting of the Kansas Paraguay Partners. Matt was selected for the 2008-2009 KPP Scholarship and worked as an intern with Fundación Paraguaya, studying microfinance as a strategy for economic development in Paraguay.
You can download and view his powerpoint presentation below.
Click to download:
Experiences with Microfinance in Paraguay by Matt Hoge, KU
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Posted on March 5, 2009 by blogando
The Kenneth Spencer Research Library at the University of Kansas is collecting materials about Kansas Paraguay Partners.
So far, they have one box of general materials about our organization.
Repository: University of Kansas Kenneth Spencer Research Library Kansas 1450 Poplar Lane, Lawrence, KS 66045-7616
Abstract: Kansas Paraguay Partners (KPP) was founded in 1968, based upon the relationship of Mennonite communities in Kansas and Paraguayans. A volunteer organization, the KPP promotes cultural exchange between citizens of the two areas.
Language(s): English Spanish
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