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We loan because...
Kiva provides an incredible way to dramatically improve the lives of low-income people, creating safer & healthier communities. Partnering with Kiva for over a decade, provides a unique opportunity for MAKAI to advance its empowerment mission and experience firsthand the positive difference microloans make in the lives of families worldwide.

About us
We believe in 'pono' - doing the right thing. Every loan matters and with over 800 loans on our own, we actively continue to eliminate poverty. Micro-funding is an amazing and proven way to make a difference for families and children around the world. Aloha!

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Team Activity

  • Chai
    Thailand
    Chai received a loan from MAKAI to purchase silk thread, dye colors, and materials for weaving and selling silk cloth.
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  • Malia
    Tonga
    Malia received a loan from MAKAI to buy pandanus for her weaving and also pay cargo fees for sending her mats overseas.
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  • Daisy Irlanda
    Ecuador
    Daisy Irlanda received a loan from MAKAI to buy ivory palm and other materials to make handicrafts.
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  • Yim
    Thailand
    Yim received a loan from MAKAI to buy silk thread, dye colors and materials for weaving and selling silk cloth.
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  • Mirna Elizabeth
    El Salvador
    Mirna Elizabeth received a loan from MAKAI to purchase tule reed at wholesale, the raw material she needs to increase her production of sleeping mats.
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  • Margarida
    Mozambique
    Margarida received a loan from MAKAI to buy a big tractor to help expand her veggies production area.
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  • Lumturije
    Albania
    Lumturije received a loan from MAKAI to pay for some personal medical clinic expenses so an elderly member from the vulnerable Egyptian community will recover her health.
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  • Falekakala
    Tonga
    Falekakala received a loan from MAKAI to buy pandanus and mulberry for her businesses and to make a deposit on a new vehicle to use for her business.
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  • 'ungatea
    Tonga
    'ungatea received a loan from MAKAI to hire a group of women to help with her weaving.
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  • Wamalaida
    Philippines
    Wamalaida received a loan from MAKAI to buy additional materials needed in her weaving business.
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  • 'ene'io
    Tonga
    'ene'io received a loan from MAKAI to buy mulberry for her tapa making business.
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  • May
    Philippines
    May received a loan from MAKAI to buy additional stocks of natives products to sell.
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Impact   Updated Hourly

5
Team Members
$13,775
Amount Funded
548
Loans
109.6
Loans per member