Microfinance to Improve Child Health: The feasibility of peer-group microlending to create a healthy, hunger-free community
Microfinance to Improve Child Health: The feasibility of peer-group microlending to create a healthy, hunger-free community assesses the feasibility of peer-group microlending initiatives for women who receive public benefits in Philadelphia.
Publication tags: Field Reports - Domestic Federal Nutrition Programs, Income, Expenses, and Hunger - Children, Parents, SNAP/Food Stamp Recipients
Originally from Franklin, Pennsylvania, Kyle graduated summa cum laude from Wheaton College in 2009 with a degree in international relations and a certificate in human needs and global resources. He worked as a teaching and research assistant for the political science department, volunteered as an ESL tutor for refugees, and interned for six months with a local Malian development organization where he conducted research on community capacity building in rural villages. After graduating, Kyle volunteered at a café and training center in northern Uganda.
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