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We loan because...
We realize that financial inclusion of the worlds poorest through microfinance can promote sustainable solutions and empowerment, and that photography is a powerful tool for telling the unheard stories of poverty.

About us
Extreme poverty is something that most in the developed world do not have to see very often. When it is visible, it is through the work of documentary photojournalists, videojournalists, etc... This group is a place for amateurs and professionals alike who share a passion for photography and for social justice. As membership grows we can hopefully share some of our work that is relevant to what Kiva is doing.

Location: Worldwide      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • James
    Kenya
    James received a loan from 2 team members to support James to expand his photography and video shooting business, such as by buying a better printer.
    Lucia Are
  • Onondieu
    Haiti
    Onondieu received a loan from Olivier to increase his stock of sugar, flour, and rice.
    Olivier
  • Daniel
    Uganda
    Daniel received a loan from Are to buy new cameras.
    Are
  • Zuhro
    Tajikistan
    Zuhro received a loan from David to support her business by purchasing necessary farming supplies.
    David
  • Josephen
    Kenya
    Josephen received a loan from David to buy cereals and beans to resell, earning a commission that will improve her family's standard of living.
    David
  • Kepler
    Rwanda
    Kepler received a loan from David to provide stipends to 515 Rwandan students impacted by COVID-19 and related restrictions on universities.
    David
  • Uwizeye
    Rwanda
    Uwizeye received a loan from Diane to increase the inventory for her cereals business.
    Diane
  • Margio
    Nicaragua
    Margio received a loan from Are to buy lights, a camera lens, a tripod and materials.
    Are
  • Naomi's Group
    Kenya
    Naomi's Group received a loan from David to buy cost-efficient maize seeds and fertilizer for the coming harvesting season.
    David

Impact   Updated Hourly

73
Team Members
$68,875
Amount Funded
2,487
Loans
34.1
Loans per member