Bach, Switzerland (PRWEB) November 13, 2012
The Prospero Foundation, founded by Ulrik DeBo of DeBondo Capital, is proud to announce that an educational micro-loan donation has been made to a medical student in Paraguay, in partnership with Fundacion Paraguaya.
Juan Lopez is 24 years old, and currently studying medicine at Universidad Católica de Asunción (a catholic university in the capital city), living off a mere $7 USD per day. With help from this loan from The Prospero Foundation, he will be able to focus full time on his study, and successfully reach his goal of working with the government and using his profession to “serve my community, my country, and my people".
About Educational Micro-lending with The Prospero Foundation
Through partnerships with local lending institutions, the Prospero Foundation contributes capital for the purpose of providing loans to support the education of students in developing nations. Through these partnerships, the Foundation helps exceptional and hard-working students continue or complete their education in a specific field. The chosen fields will ideally be ones that will eventually benefit the community as a whole.
About The Prospero Foundation
The Prospero Foundation is a private, international charitable foundation founded by Ulrik DeBo. Mr. DeBo, a lifelong entrepreneur, whose upbringing and eventual success in the finance industry, through his company DeBondo Capital Ltd, gave him the relevant experience and insight required.
The foundation is run by a global network of entrepreneurs, who raise funds privately amongst their business contacts, and choose to invest them using a 'pay-it-forward' philosophy to focus on charitable projects that promise to perpetuate a chain reaction of positive growth opportunities for individuals and local communities for generations to come.
It is a foundation that empowers citizens to help themselves and those around them.
For additional information, please visit http://www.prosperofoundation.org
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