A loan of $475 helps Parbati to buy grocery goods.Read their story »
159 loansYouthGive young entrepreneurs the tools they need to realize their dreams.
934 loansRural CommunitiesReach borrowers in very remote regions of the world.
147 loansConflict ZonesHelp jumpstart economies recovering from turmoil.
133 loansStart-upsGive a boost to entrepreneurs starting brand new businesses.
20 loansGreenProtect the planet and promote sustainable lifestyles.
516 loansUnderbanked AreasBring loans to people where financial options are especially scarce.
34 loansInspiring StoriesDiscover loans that other Kiva lenders have identified as inspiring stories.
399 loansVulnerable GroupsEmpower marginalized people like widows, refugees and others.
- Nepal | Food | Grocery StoreFunding via Patan Business and Professional Women63% funded
- Malawi | Clothing | Used Clothing
A portion of Madalitso Group's $2,775 loan helps a member to buy a bale of secondhand clothes to sell.Read their story »Funding via MicroLoan Foundation (MLF) Malawi71% funded
- Pakistan | Transportation | Transportation
A loan of $400 helps Yasmeen to buy a new engine for her husband's van to provide better equipment for his customers.Read their story »Funding via Kashf Foundation81% funded
- Tanzania | Food | Food Stall
A portion of Tujuane Kibaha Group's $775 loan helps a member to restock the out-of-stock items in her food store.Read their story »Funding via Tujijenge Tanzania Ltd87% funded
- Uganda | Education | Education provider
A loan of $1,150 helps Bwikya Institute to purchase a water filtration system to provide clean drinking water for its students.Read their story »Funding via Impact Carbon95% funded
- Malawi | Retail | Hardware
A portion of Limbanazo Group's $1,700 loan helps a member to buy more kitchen ware to sell.Read their story »Funding via MicroLoan Foundation (MLF) Malawi70% funded
- Costa Rica | Agriculture | Pigs
A portion of Banco Mujer Cabécar Group's $2,350 loan helps a member to buy pigs and supplies.Read their story »Funding via Fundacion Mujer3% funded
- Cambodia | Education | Higher education costs
A loan of $2,800 helps Chin to pay for school fees for his daughter.Read their story »Funding via VisionFund Cambodia52% funded
- Honduras | Food | Bakery
A portion of Gs Las Delicias I Group's $1,375 loan helps a member to buy flour, firewood, sugar and butter for her business.Read their story »Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.65% fundedOnly 4 days left!$475 to go
- Philippines | Food | Fishing
A loan of $325 helps Lerma to buy fish nets, gasoline, and other fishing supplies.Read their story »Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)76% funded
- El Salvador | Retail | General Store
A loan of $450 helps Karla Vanessa to basically purchase drinks, bread, cookies, eggs, flour, sweets and other products that will be helpful to attract new customers. ...Read their story »Funding via PADECOMSM11% funded
- Philippines | Food | Fishing
A loan of $300 helps Nelinda to buy fish net, gasoline for her boat and maintenance for her business.Read their story »Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)25% funded
- Vietnam | Housing | Personal Housing Expenses
A loan of $675 helps Thúy to purchase sand, cement, brick and equipment to build a toilet.Read their story »Funding via Thanh Hoa Microfinance Institution Limited Liability7% funded
- Haiti | Arts | Crafts
A loan of $5,000 helps Mireille to purchase sequins, beads, and spangles in bulk.Read their story »Funding via Fonkoze - Zafèn30% funded
- Paraguay | Clothing | Clothing Sales
A portion of Mujeres Unidas Group's $5,375 loan helps a member to buy various articles of clothing to sell, such as t-shirts, shirts, pants, and other items.Read their story »Funding via Fundación Paraguaya66% funded
- Ukraine | Clothing | Clothing Sales
A loan of $3,400 helps Vitaliya to purchase winter outwear and shoes.Read their story »Funding via HOPE Ukraine, a HOPE International institution84% funded
- Philippines | Food | Food Stall
A loan of $650 helps Mary Grace to obtain additional supplies and meat products to sell in her business.Read their story »Funding via Center for Community Transformation Credit Cooperative, a partner of HOPE International84% funded
- Philippines | Construction | Construction Supplies
A loan of $3,200 helps Bernaditha to buy cement, sand, rock, pipes, steel and other construction supplies to deliver to her customers.Read their story »Funding via SEED Center Philippines Inc.68% funded
- Rwanda | Food | Cereals
A portion of Abizeranye Group's $2,375 loan helps a member to purchase a large quantities of beans and sorghum for sale.Read their story »Funding via Vision Finance Company s.a. (VFC), a partner of World Vision International20% funded