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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

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Sunatullo
    Tajikistan
    Sunatullo received a loan from Kedjan to pay for the course of medical care at the hospital needed to improve the state of his lovely wife's health.
    Kedjan
  • Narciza Ximena
    Ecuador
    Narciza Ximena received a loan from Kedjan to buy blouses, pants, jackets, underwear, and t-shirts.
    Kedjan
  • Muhammad
    Palestine
    Muhammad received a loan from Kedjan to pay his educational fees to the university, where he is studying accounting.
    Kedjan
  • Clarisa
    Philippines
    Clarisa received a loan from Simon to buy fishing materials, fishing nets, tackle and gasoline for her boat.
    Simon
  • Jihad
    Palestine
    Jihad received a loan from Kedjan to buy equipment and devices for his work as a DJ player.
    Kedjan
  • Thuan
    Vietnam
    Thuan received a loan from Simon to build a latrine to improve the health of her family.
    Simon
  • Aigafealofani
    Samoa
    Aigafealofani received a loan from 1 team members to buy flour, curry, chicken, rice, vegetable oil, a gas stove, potatoes, onions, plastics bags and a container.
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  • Silvia
    Bolivia
    Silvia received a loan from Susanne purchase bedspreads in bulk to sell during the Christmas season.
    Susanne
  • Dubei
    Kenya
    Dubei received a loan from Stefan to help buy more products to boost her general store.
    Stefan
  • Violeta
    Albania
    Violeta received a loan from Martin to pay for some medical treatments for her and her elderly husband so they will be able to lead their normal life during the upcoming winter season.
    Martin
  • Mary
    Solomon Islands
    Mary received a loan from Martin to buy fabrics rolls for her tailoring business.
    Martin

Impact   Updated Hourly

55
Team Members
$52,625
Amount Funded
1,855
Loans
33.7
Loans per member