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We loan because...
we get this hard to describe, no-brainer sort of feeling when it comes to lending through Kiva and empowering entrepreneurs by way of small collective loans. That this is a great idea for a great cause, and whilst at times we may not have an award winning reason that we can express in words for why we're doing this, we unexceptionably just do.And we are proud to do so!

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**UPDATE*
After consideration, rather than have two Australia kiva lending teams, it would be better working under one group. People have inputted and I have therefore decided to stop Kiva Australia and for anyone who wishes to join an Australian team, please join team "Australia", (see link below for the team):

www.kiva.org/community/viewTeam/?team_id=116


Location: Australia      

 

Latest Messages  

14 messages. Join the team to get in on the action!

Team Activity

  • Jarlesky
    Honduras
    Jarlesky received a loan from Katherine to buy chicken, cabbage, tortillas, sauces, cheese, oil, beans, butter, flour, etc. for her business.
    Katherine
    0% repaid
  • Ana Elizabeth
    El Salvador
    Ana Elizabeth received a loan from Mary-Lou to invest in cement, sand, gravel, brick, washable toilet bowl, and iron in order to build a room with a washable toilet.
    Mary-Lou
    4% repaid
  • George
    Lebanon
    George received a loan from Mary-Lou to make necessary constructions for his house, to keep it a healthy living place for his beloved family.
    Mary-Lou
    6% repaid
  • Tomasa Haydee
    Nicaragua
    Tomasa Haydee received a loan from Mary-Lou to buy a toilet and construction materials for a drain.
    Mary-Lou
    4% repaid
  • Saba
    Pakistan
    Saba received a loan from Eliza to build another classroom for accomodating more students.
    Eliza
    5% repaid
  • Lagi
    Samoa
    Lagi received a loan from Suz to buy snacks, soft drinks, canned food, frozen goods, a new display fridge and bags of sugar.
    Suz
    20% repaid
  • Toafa
    Samoa
    Toafa received a loan from Suz to buy fertilizer, chemicals, new boots, gloves, sprayers, a crowbar and a machete.
    Suz
    19% repaid
  • Mareta
    Samoa
    Mareta received a loan from Suz to buy shovels, chemicals, a wheelbarrow, boots, new overalls and crops.
    Suz
    19% repaid
  • Aferdita
    Albania
    Aferdita received a loan from 1 team members to add two more cows to the existing herd of four.
    Default lender image
    0% repaid
  • Marc B Group
    The Democratic Republic of the Congo
    Marc B Group received a loan from Julie to purchase 110 pagnes [pieces of traditional cloth].
    Julie
    34% repaid
  • Dorocelle
    Rwanda
    Dorocelle received a loan from 1 team members to buy more fertilizers for maize production.
    Default lender image
    0% repaid
  • Eter
    Georgia
    Eter received a loan from Tom to purchase a stock of home products for her newly opened market.
    Tom
    0% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

48
Team Members
$19,550
Amount Loaned
656
Loans
13.7
Loans per member