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Hitachi Employees helping to Ignite a Dream

At Hitachi, corporate social responsibility is more than just a business practice, it's a longstanding part of who we are. It's our culture. Through our partnership with Kiva, each Hitachi employee is an advocate of Hitachi’s mission vision and values in the world beyond our company bounds. Together, as one Hitachi, we will enable innovators and entrepreneurs the opportunity to provide a better future for their families, communities and the world. We are encouraging Hitachi employees to personally lend $25 to help ignite a dream.

A loan of $1,000 helps to buy chickens, corn, and feed. Read more
Ziporah
Kenya
A loan of $725 helps to buy farm inputs like good fertilizer to improve her small crop farm. Read more
Asenath
Kenya
A loan of $550 helps to buy different varieties of cereals, like corn and beans to sell in the local market. Read more
Melva
Peru
A loan of $1,300 helps to buy a coffee pulping machine and compost destined for the coffee plantation. Read more
Tabitha
Kenya
A loan of $375 helps to purchase modern farm inputs such as certified seeds and organic fertilizers in order to improve the quality of her output. Read more
Elena
Philippines
A loan of $200 helps to buy feeds and vitamins for her pigs. Read more
A loan of $375 helps to purchase modern farm inputs such as certified seeds and organic fertilizers in order to improve the quality of her output. Read more
Lucy
Kenya
A loan of $675 helps to buy farm inputs such as quality fertilizers to improve her banana crops and help a mum support her family. Read more
Irene
Kenya
A loan of $550 helps to buy farming inputs which she plans to use to improve her banana crop production. Read more
Irene
Philippines
A loan of $400 helps to purchase raw materials like bamboo sticks, nipa palm leaves, rope and other materials needed for her business. Read more
Betty
Philippines
A loan of $400 helps to purchase additional sacks of rice to sell. Read more
Motaz
Palestine
A loan of $3,000 helps to buy seeds, fertilizers, pesticides, and to pay for tilling the land. Read more
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