Love making a difference with Kiva? Your donations keep us running.

Thank you for the impact you’ve made this year! Together we’ve funded more than 170,000 loans and raised more than $120 million for financially excluded people around the world. It costs us more than $3 to facilitate each $25 loan, and we rely on optional donations from individuals like you to cover our costs.

Other amount

All Loans > Human Flow Fund: Support refugees and IDPs

Human Flow Fund: Support refugees and IDPs

You've seen the film, now be a part of the solution. Empower a refugee or IDP to start or grow a business with as little as $25 so he or she can rebuild their life.

A loan of $6,750 helps a member to buy beverages wholesale, such as: Primus, Simba, Vitalo, and Fanta, to build on her initial capital. Read more
Les Braves Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $6,000 helps a member to supply women's and children's shoes wholesale to strengthen her initial capital. Read more
Guillaume Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $5,500 helps a member to buy cables, locks, varnishes, squat toilets, etc to strengthen her intial capital. Read more
Safina
Pakistan
A loan of $325 helps to purchase new equipment and material in larger quantities to meet the demand. Read more
A loan of $7,000 helps a member to buy 125 bags of cement wholesale in order to strengthen her initial capital. Read more
A loan of $7,000 helps a member stock up on wholesale children’s clothes to strengthen her capital. Read more
A loan of $6,000 helps a member to procure wholesale boards to strengthen her capital. Read more
Karisimbi Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $6,250 helps a member to buy wholesale corn flour, oil, sugar, Omo detergent, and more to strengthen her capital. Read more
Nsimire Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $1,000 helps a member to buy 59 dozen pairs of shoes to sell. Read more
Engela
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $1,300 helps to buy garments to sell in preparation for the festivities. Read more
Suheil
Palestine
A loan of $2,000 helps to buy new inventory of makeup and cosmetics to resell at his retail shop. Read more
Shereen
Jordan
A loan of $1,700 helps to get the personal care products, clothes and makeup that her customers need so she can make an income to spend at the present and save for the future. Read more
93 loans