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The Loan Taggers team coordinates the efforts of volunteers who systematically review all of the loans posted to the Kiva website, and applies tags using the same tag definitions (see link to definitions below). Having all loans reviewed and tagged to the same standards enables lenders to find loans they are interested in faster, and can help to get loans funded before they expire.

All Kiva lenders have the ability to add tags, and unfortunately Loan Taggers do not have the ability to remove tags that have been inaccurately applied by other lenders. Thus, there will always be loans that are incorrectly tagged, but using tags will allow lenders to narrow down the loan pool, and then judge each loan to see whether it meets their criteria.

About us
Loan Taggers assign themselves the loans they wish to tag, so you can pick a specific country, sector, or activity, or you can simply tag the oldest or highest dollar value loans. How many and which loans to tag is entirely up to you.

No one is expected to attribute any loans to the Loan Taggers team.

Want to join the effort?
If you are interested in helping the Loan Taggers team, first "Join" the team, then post a message on the message board indicating that you wish to start tagging. You will be sent a private message with your unique personal login to a special tool that we use when tagging loans.

If you would like to make a suggestion about tag usage, or have any questions about tagging, please post a message to the team message board, or send a Private Message to a team captain.

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The New Tagger FAQ can be found here: kivaloantaggers.blogspot.ca/p/q-for-new-taggers.html

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KivaLens is a powerful search tool that provides the ability to find loans that have each of multiple tags, e.g., #Widowed AND #Refugee AND #Parent. KivaLens is not related to the Loan Taggers team, and has its own team for questions, with the same name as its website.
www.kivalens.org

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The tag definitions used by the Loan Taggers team can be found here: kivaloantaggers.blogspot.ca/p/below-is-alphabetical-list-of-tag.html

Location: Worldwide       Team website

 

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Team Activity

  • Joel
    Rwanda
    Joel received a loan from Lyda to pay for his U.S accredited Bachelor’s degree completed in Rwanda.
    Lyda
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  • Mujeres Valientes Group
    Paraguay
    Mujeres Valientes Group received a loan from Holly to buy flour, dulce de leche, eggs, vanilla extract, cookies, rice, vegetables, coal, drinks, etc.
    Holly
  • Noura
    Egypt
    Noura received a loan from Holly to buy ingredients like sugar, butter, eggs, nuts, and coconut.
    Holly
  • Sirajo
    Nigeria
    Sirajo received a loan from Mrs. C. to purchase improved farm inputs that will increase his farm yield.
    Mrs. C.
  • Moises
    Timor-Leste
    Moises received a loan from Mrs. C. to buy chickens for his livestock business.
    Mrs. C.
  • Koleta
    Samoa
    Koleta received a loan from Mrs. C. to buy rolling materials, paint colors, paintbrushes, elei designs, containers, and a printing machine.
    Mrs. C.
  • Amos
    Ghana
    Amos received a loan from Mrs. C. to buy inputs and pay for farm labour on his cocoa farm.
    Mrs. C.
  • Olga Marina
    Honduras
    Olga Marina received a loan from Mrs. C. to buy shirts, trousers, shorts, blouses, shoes, sandals, and tennis shoes.
    Mrs. C.
  • Khunra
    Cambodia
    Khunra received a loan from Mrs. C. to buy fertilizer and insectide to support his farming business.
    Mrs. C.
  • Violah
    Uganda
    Violah received a loan from Mrs. C. to buy onions, tomatoes, green bananas.
    Mrs. C.
  • Zainab
    Sierra Leone
    Zainab received a loan from Mrs. C. to purchase materials and other assorted items to increase her business.
    Mrs. C.

Impact   Updated Hourly

75
Team Members
$16,175
Amount Funded
651
Loans
8.7
Loans per member