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We loan because...
Like the bike chain needs oil to run smoothly so does the world need Kiva.

About us
The swedish word "Kedjan" means "the chain", and relates to the principle of how just a small amount of bike oil may turn a rusty bike chain into a well running one. Our team consider this as the principle for micro loans where a little amount of money can make people self supporting and create a well running business.
How much good can one rusty chain do? :)

Location: Sweden       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Kuña Katupyry Group
    Paraguay
    Kuña Katupyry Group received a loan from Kedjan to buy drinks, baked goods, vegetables, greens, fruit, and other products.
    Kedjan
  • San Jose Group
    Paraguay
    San Jose Group received a loan from Kedjan to buy cassava flour, cheese, eggs, shortening, and other ingredients.
    Kedjan
  • La Patience Group
    Congo (DRC)
    La Patience Group received a loan from Simon to stock up on clothes for women and children, which will reinforce her starting capital.
    Simon
  • Dignite
    Uganda
    Dignite received a loan from Martin to purchase mobile money float.
    Martin
  • Orlando Justino
    Ecuador
    Orlando Justino received a loan from Martin to buy manure, fertilizers, and a scythe, among other agricultural supplies, for his crops of naranjilla and bananas.
    Martin
  • Moayad
    Palestine
    Moayad received a loan from Martin to buy a solar system for his family house to reduce the use of electricity and get hot water.
    Martin
  • Moringa Connect
    Ghana
    Moringa Connect received a loan from Martin to secure incomes for moringa farmers in rural Ghana during COVID-19 and beyond.
    Martin
  • Bidhaa Sasa
    Kenya
    Bidhaa Sasa received a loan from Martin to provide last mile electricity, sanitation, clean cooking & water solutions to rural East Africans during COVID-19 and beyond.
    Martin
  • Ruth
    Philippines
    Ruth received a loan from Martin to buy additional seaweed to sell for her business.
    Martin

Impact   Updated Hourly

54
Team Members
$55,900
Amount Funded
1,974
Loans
36.6
Loans per member