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About us
The Kiva U.S. team evolved out of the Kiva Zip pilot program, which was launched in 2011, and integrated into the main Kiva website in mid 2016.

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Team Activity

  • Badilika Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Badilika Group received a loan from Philip to buy cassava and corn flour to make beverages, which will strengthen her initial capital.
    Philip
  • Vann
    United States
    Vann received a loan from 2 team members which helps us purchase refrigerators and inventory which will improve our delivery service.
    Philip Olga
  • Sol Naciente Group
    Paraguay
    Sol Naciente Group received a loan from Philip to buy eucalyptus seeds so that he can reforest 8.1 hectares of soil.
    Philip
  • Elaine
    United States
    Elaine received a loan from 2 team members which helps cover my operational expenses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
    Philip Brian
  • Cacao De Aroma
    Peru
    Cacao De Aroma received a loan from Philip to increase incomes of more than 900 farming-families in Peru and enable cacao production during COVID-19 restrictions.
    Philip
  • Julio
    Timor-Leste
    Julio received a loan from Christopher to buy noodles, cigarettes, coffee, sugar, salt, milks, oils, fish, biscuits, slippers, soft drinks, and beer for his kiosk.
    Christopher
  • Jean Bosco
    Rwanda
    Jean Bosco received a loan from 2 team members to purchase and process rice.
    Nicole Brian
  • Nieta Group
    Mali
    Nieta Group received a loan from Dianne to purchase steers to resell to take care of his children.
    Dianne
  • Selly
    Kenya
    Selly received a loan from Brian to buy farm inputs such as hybrid seeds and fertilizer to improve her farming, so that she can use the increased profits from her farm to pay tuition fees for her children.
    Brian
  • Cherehani Africa
    Kenya
    Cherehani Africa received a loan from Brian to increase the income of women entrepreneurs in rural Kenya and continue to serve customers during this time of pandemic.
    Brian

Impact   Updated Hourly

182
Team Members
$66,250
Amount Funded
2,607
Loans
14.3
Loans per member