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We loan because...
In our current global food system, the first to get left behind in a crisis will be those in developing areas. It is precisely these people whom Kiva gives us the opportunity to help through their loan program.

About us
We are Slow Food supporters who also believe in helping to redistribute opportunity through agricultural and food related loans. We promote and facilitate good, clean and fair development through the work of the Slow Food movement and through our Kiva loans.

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  • Orozbubu
    Orozbubu received a loan from Karin to buy products for resale in order to increase the range in her shop.
    $2,500 to go
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  • Paula
    El Salvador
    Paula received a loan from Steven to buy corn by the quintal and lime powder to make tortillas.
    0% repaid
  • Daniela
    Daniela received a loan from Steven to buy ingredients like flour, sugar, cheese, and baking powder.
    0% repaid
  • Carolina Vladimir
    El Salvador
    Carolina Vladimir received a loan from Steven to buy supplies to prepare food, such as vegetables, oil, meats, chicken, condiments, basic grains, etc. With these items, inventory will be stocked.
    0% repaid
  • Ywar Tan Shey Village
    Myanmar (Burma)
    Ywar Tan Shey Village received a loan from Michelle to purchase important farm resources such as petrol, crop seeds, fertilizer, and to hire additional labor during harvest time.
    0% repaid
  • Moeun's Group
    Moeun's Group received a loan from Michelle to buy gasoline to support her lotus growing.
    0% repaid
  • M. Shehbaz
    M. Shehbaz received a loan from Karin a loan helps M. Shehbaz to purchase scrap iron for reselling.
    14% repaid
  • Anilia
    Anilia received a loan from Anne to buy additional utensils and ingredients such as meat, fish, flour, spices, chicken and other materials for her food production business.
    24% repaid
  • Salimatou's Group
    Salimatou's Group received a loan from KatsuJ & Toshié buy four 50-kilo bags of sugar at 22,000 francs a bag, sorrel for ice cream at 4,000 francs the basin, baobab fruit at 2,000 francs a basin, also used in ice cream.
    KatsuJ & Toshié
    0% repaid
  • Esther
    Esther received a loan from Steven buy more stock of fruits and vegetables.
    0% repaid

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