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About us
Kiva U-College is an international network of microfinance clubs that gives university students an easy way to play a direct role in changing lives. Kiva U's mission is to educate students about the potential impact of microfinance, and to encourage microlending through Kiva's lending teams.

Kiva U is world-wide and it continues to grow. In the coming school year, Kiva U will provide its chapters with the infrastructure and resources they need to establish a permanent presence on campus. The program will offer its chapters a variety of opportunities to participate in competitions and conferences, and will strongly encourage intra-university collaboration.

Location: Worldwide      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Khady's Group
    Senegal
    Khady's Group received a loan from Irene buy for 80,000 (CFA francs' worth): packets of spaghetti, beans, peas and various other ingredients.
    Irene
    0% repaid
  • Juan
    Bolivia
    Juan received a loan from Kristin to pay for his son's tuition to military school.
    Kristin
    0% repaid
  • Vahram
    Armenia
    Vahram received a loan from Megan to pay for his daughter Eline's university tuition.
    Megan
    0% repaid
  • Florence's Group
    Kenya
    Florence's Group received a loan from Alison to purchase a solar light and gain access to cost efficient hybrid seeds and fertilizer for maize cultivation.
    Alison
    0% repaid
  • Mai
    Vietnam
    Mai received a loan from Kevin to buy a larger quantity of beverages to stock her shop, and to buy new furniture.
    Kevin
    12% repaid
  • Jose
    United States
    Jose received a loan from Lee J. to expand to more farmers’ markets within the San Diego area and upgrade some of the equipment in his greenhouses.
    Lee J.
    2% repaid
  • Andranik
    Armenia
    Andranik received a loan from Brooke to pay for two Soviet cars to divide into spare parts to resell.
    Brooke
    7% repaid
  • Florence's Group
    Kenya
    Florence's Group received a loan from Peter to purchase tree farm planting inputs such as seedlings, and pay for technical training and planting support.
    Peter
    0% repaid
  • Fofoga
    Samoa
    Fofoga received a loan from Peter to buy barrels of cooking oil, loads of taro and bananas, plastic bags, a strainer, and a large pot.
    Peter
    15% repaid
  • Medizis
    Indonesia
    Medizis received a loan from Lee Wen Shiow to pay the university semester fees of her brother Alvensis and the school fees of her siblings Rina and Adrianus.
    Lee Wen Shiow
    6% repaid

Impact   Updated Hourly

321
Team Members
$171,825
Amount Loaned
1,332
Loans
4.1
Loans per member

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