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We loan because...
Many of us are entrepreneurs ourselves and we love the idea of being able to help an entrepreneur somewhere else in the world.

About us
Kirsty Dunphey (www.kirstydunphey.com) found out about Kiva from the lovely chaps at Marquette Turner (marquetteturner.wordpress.com/) and decided to get involved.

Location: Worldwide       Team website

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Sarah
    Kenya
    Sarah received a loan from Kirsty a single woman to buy farm inputs such as seeds and quality fertilizers to improve her crop farming.
    Kirsty
  • Shirley
    Papua New Guinea
    Shirley received a loan from Kirsty to purchase chicken feed.
    Kirsty
  • Lotufaamanatu
    Samoa
    Lotufaamanatu received a loan from Kirsty to buy a water tank, chemicals, vegetable seeds, soil and a rake for her vegetable-selling business.
    Kirsty
  • Rasmata
    Burkina Faso
    Rasmata received a loan from Kirsty 1 bundle of wool yarn, 5 packets of elastic, 2 packets of buttons, and to save money in order to care for her children.
    Kirsty
  • Nelly
    Kenya
    Nelly received a loan from Kirsty to purchase fertilizer, pesticides, and additional dairy feed.
    Kirsty
  • Silila
    Tonga
    Silila received a loan from Kirsty to buy mulberry and pandanus for her tapa making and weaving business.
    Kirsty
  • Elinah
    Madagascar
    Elinah received a loan from Kirsty to purchase 5 pigs for fattening and bottled beverages for resale.
    Kirsty
  • Latofat
    Tajikistan
    Latofat received a loan from Kirsty to pay for her daughter's university studies.
    Kirsty
  • Marie Louise
    Rwanda
    Marie Louise received a loan from Kirsty to pay for her U.S. accredited Bachelor’s degree completed in Rwanda.
    Kirsty
  • Pimpa
    Thailand
    Pimpa received a loan from Kirsty to buy cows to breed and sell to increase her family's income.
    Kirsty
  • Jojit
    Philippines
    Jojit received a loan from Kirsty to buy items to sell like canned goods, personal care products, etc. to sell in her general store.
    Kirsty
  • Interactuar
    Colombia
    Interactuar received a loan from 2 team members entrepreneurs and internally displaced populations restart their businesses that have been affected by the COVID-19 crisis.
    Kirsty Elephant

Impact   Updated Hourly

26
Team Members
$20,775
Amount Funded
857
Loans
33.0
Loans per member