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We loan because...
...we want to make the difference.
...we believe in the organic power of individuals to provide for one another.
...we know that a bottom-up approach is history's most effective mechanism to lift societies out of poverty.

About us
So many talk about helping the poor and disadvantaged...
So many elaborate top-bottom designs to help the underdeveloped...
So many engage in beautiful intentions...
So many propose a world of equal opportunities...

We, instead, do something about it!

We are creating equal opportunities by giving interest-free loans to those who are creating real value in society.

We are creating equal opportunities by giving interest-free loans to those who need it the most and to those who are truly able to drive the change by literally changing the auguries.

www.kiva.org/about/how

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Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Tuamuke Group
    The Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Tuamuke Group received a loan from Moritz to stock up on cornmeal.
    Moritz
    35% repaid
  • Dukorane Group
    Rwanda
    Dukorane Group received a loan from Moritz to buy more soaps, rice, maize flour, and other items for resale.
    Moritz
    55% repaid
  • Yone Taw Village
    Myanmar (Burma)
    Yone Taw Village received a loan from Moritz to help 41 villagers in Yone Taw Community to pay for labor fees to harvest and weed.
    Moritz
    0% repaid
  • Leik Kan Village
    Myanmar (Burma)
    Leik Kan Village received a loan from Shunle to help 65 villagers hire laborers to help with weeding.
    Shunle
    0% repaid
  • Nyaung Pin Thar Village
    Myanmar (Burma)
    Nyaung Pin Thar Village received a loan from Shunle to help 35 villagers raise livestock that will help with planting and harvesting.
    Shunle
    0% repaid
  • Ruhorwe Group
    Burundi
    Ruhorwe Group received a loan from Moritz increase his working capital and buy mobile phones, battery chargers for cell phones, ... for resale, to earn more.
    Moritz
    50% repaid
  • Zee Pin Kan Village
    Myanmar (Burma)
    Zee Pin Kan Village received a loan from Moritz to help 92 villagers buy high-quality compost, fertilizer, and pesticides that will boost crop yields.
    Moritz
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

23
Team Members
$5,700
Amount Loaned
220
Loans
9.6
Loans per member