Kiva Lending Team: eBay
We loan because...
Every day, people build businesses on eBay. Nonprofit organizations raise vital funds. Entrepreneurs learn skills and gain access to new markets where they can turn their dreams and ideas into business success. eBay exists to empower people and create economic opportunity. The good that emerges, is impact—and that’s what we deliver, every day.
Through this collaboration between eBay and Kiva, we are creating opportunity for thousands of small business owners, their families, and their communities.
eBay is driving a more equitable and sustainable form of commerce that connects and empowers people, that includes and enables, that make the world greener, and those in need better off. Through our philanthropy, eBay Foundation seeks to amplify the positive global impact we have everyday through our platforms. We believe that by enabling entrepreneurship in all parts of the world, we can encourage innovation and inclusive growth in communities everywhere.
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Lovasoa received a loan from 1 team members to buy ten bales of second-hand clothing and 100 T-shirts to resell.
Mujeres Ixiles Ii Group received a loan from 1 team members to buy a variety of multi-colored yarns for her traditional weaving.
Mariatu's Female Farmers Group received a loan from 1 team members to pay for improved seeds, organic inputs and tractor rental, which will allow these farmers to escape subsistence by farming a larger area with a higher yield.$1,850 to goLend Now
Sabina received a loan from 1 team members 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.
Hath received a loan from 1 team members 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.
Pawame received a loan from Heiko to provide last-mile solar powered electricity to rural, low-income households in Kenya.$180,949 to goLend Now
Safiya received a loan from Suhoi to buy seeds and mineral and organic fertilizers to expand her farm and earn more profits.
Makara received a loan from 1 team members to buy the sand, cement, iron and other construction supplies to renovate her home.
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Rankings Across All Teams
|#8 for New Users (All Time)|
Rankings In Businesses Category
|#2 for New Users (All Time)|
|#9 for Amount Funded (All Time)|
|#10 for Amount Funded (This Month)|
|#6 for Amount Funded (Last Month)|
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