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About us
Kiva U-College is an international network of microfinance clubs that gives university students an easy way to play a direct role in changing lives. Kiva U's mission is to educate students about the potential impact of microfinance, and to encourage microlending through Kiva's lending teams.

Kiva U is world-wide and it continues to grow. In the coming school year, Kiva U will provide its chapters with the infrastructure and resources they need to establish a permanent presence on campus. The program will offer its chapters a variety of opportunities to participate in competitions and conferences, and will strongly encourage intra-university collaboration.

Location: Worldwide      

 

Latest Messages  

53 messages. Join the team to get in on the action!

Team Activity

  • Maria Blanco
    Colombia
    Maria Blanco received a loan from Kates Poppa to invest in the purchase of wholesale chicken, pork, eggs and cold cuts that she will store and promptly meet her customer orders.
    Kates Poppa
  • Paula Andrea
    Colombia
    Paula Andrea received a loan from Kates Poppa to buy stock for her store such as groceries, grains, cleaning products, etc.
    Kates Poppa
  • Caterine
    Colombia
    Caterine received a loan from Kates Poppa to buy eggs, flour, butter and pastry cream.
    Kates Poppa
  • Rosa
    Nicaragua
    Rosa received a loan from Kates Poppa to purchase staple grains.
    Kates Poppa
  • Sabina
    Kenya
    Sabina received a loan from Lauren to purchase hair braids, weaves, oil and shampoo.
    Lauren
  • G.s Laberinto 2 Group
    Honduras
    G.s Laberinto 2 Group received a loan from David to buy children's clothing, like pants and shirts, and women's clothing and shoes to sell.
    David
  • Marcela Beatriz
    El Salvador
    Marcela Beatriz received a loan from David to buy corn, beans, oil, soft cheese, pork skins, and other supplies for making tortillas and pupusas.
    David
  • Pueata
    Samoa
    Pueata received a loan from Lauren to buy rolling materials, paint, paintbrushes, elei designs, containers, a printing machine, and a table.
    Lauren
  • Tinatin
    Georgia
    Tinatin received a loan from Kates Poppa to renovate her house to open a guesthouse.
    Kates Poppa
  • Yiceth
    Colombia
    Yiceth received a loan from Kates Poppa to invest in the purchase of supplies such as fabric, thread, buttons, bias strips, patterns, lace, etc.
    Kates Poppa

Impact   Updated Hourly

347
Team Members
$180,975
Amount Funded
1,654
Loans
4.8
Loans per member