Fighting for a better future? We need your help.

Creating a more equitable world takes a lot of time and energy, but at Kiva we’re in it for the long haul. 100% of money lent on Kiva goes to funding loans. That means we rely on donations from people like you to make this work possible.
Your donation of any size makes a difference. Thanks for investing in a better future,
Premal Shah, President & Co-Founder, Kiva
  • $25
  • $35
  • $50
  • Submit
  • Other

A loan of $575 helped a member purchase a weed killer, pesticides, 2 bush knives, etc.

Salelologa Tumupapa Centre - Group 3's story

Miranda T., 25, is married to a laborer and has three children. She is starting a business selling taro. Her husband will do the farming. With her loan, she will purchase a weed killer, pesticides, two bush knives, a filing, and 1,500 taro roots. She will sell her produce one day a week and plans to earn a net weekly cash flow of 120 Tala (~48 USD).

Galegale A., 26, is single with no children. For over two years, she has sold taro, bananas, and yams in the Salelologa market on Fridays. With her loan, she will purchase a weed killer, pesticides, four knives, two filings, and a spade. With this expansion, she expects to earn net cash flow per week of 100 Tala (~ 40 USD).

In this group: Miranda, Galegale

Loan details

Lenders and lending teams

Loan details