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Tale of microloans urges kids to generosity

By Sacha Pfeiffer
Globe Staff / March 10, 2008

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Meet Kojo. He's a West African boy who receives a small loan to buy a hen, which lays eggs, which earn him money to go to school, which inspires him to secure another loan, which he uses to start a poultry farm, which creates jobs in his village and taxes for his government - ultimately improving his country's quality of ... (Full article: 429 words)

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