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This is a community of people interested in making a difference for entrepreneurs and families who are affected by illness or physical, intellectual, or psychiatric disability. We also support caregivers, entrepreneurs involved in the medical profession and anyone who is touched in any way by disabilities, chronic illnesses or one time medical needs.

About us
Anyone who has an interest in disability issues or rights may join our team. This team was started as a way to find and keep track of Kiva entrepreneurs who are affected by illnesses or disabilities so that we might see what kind of difference we are making in the lives of these entrepreneurs.

This team was originally created by a group of KivaFriends, but has always been open to anyone. If you are interested, you can read about the team history here:

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Team Activity

  • Mujeres Valientes Group
    Paraguay
    Mujeres Valientes Group received a loan from 2 team members to buy fabric, thread, and other necessary elements for her work.
    Judy Jess
    $3,250 to go
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  • Apollo
    Uganda
    Apollo received a loan from 6 team members to buy construction materials.
    Judy Jess Russell & Gladys Christiane Sue Bruce
    $2,375 to go
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  • Emily
    Puerto Rico
    Emily received a loan from 2 team members which helps grow the access to information to the local deaf community in Puerto Rico.
    Sue Nadja Wunderlich
  • 08-Tessito Group
    Senegal
    08-Tessito Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy mangoes, monkey bread and bissab to make ice cream and resell.
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  • Lavona
    Samoa
    Lavona received a loan from 1 team members to buy bread, tomato sauce, boxes of canned fish (tuna), containers, butter, and mayonnaise.
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    $1,375 to go
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  • Yuldash
    Tajikistan
    Yuldash received a loan from Christiane to pay for his daughter-in-law’s medical costs so she can recover and return to a healthy life.
    Christiane
  • Yusuf
    Tajikistan
    Yusuf received a loan from Christiane to pay for his wife’s treatment in the hospital so she can recover her health and return to a normal life.
    Christiane
  • Evalyne
    Uganda
    Evalyne received a loan from Basil to purchase the ACE One energy system in order to have access to solar power for lighting, charging and cooking in a way that is safer, cleaner and saves money.
    Basil
  • Joram
    Kenya
    Joram received a loan from Erin to buy farm inputs.
    Erin

Impact   Updated Hourly

280
Team Members
$138,075
Amount Funded
5,089
Loans
18.2
Loans per member