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We believe increased access to high quality financial products and services can dramatically improve the lives of low-income people. Partnering with Kiva provides a unique opportunity for MetLife associates to advance MetLife Foundation's financial inclusion mission and experience firsthand the positive difference microloans make in the lives of people worldwide.

 

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Team Activity

  • Anne
    Philippines
    Anne received a loan from 1 team members to purchase feed and other supplies to raise her pigs.
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  • Chhorvy
    Cambodia
    Chhorvy received a loan from Paul to buy zinc for the renovation of her old home.
    Paul
  • Oeurn
    Cambodia
    Oeurn received a loan from Paul to pay for land filling around her house.
    Paul
    $500 to go
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  • Kab
    Cambodia
    Kab received a loan from Paul to pay for land filling and laborers costs to improve the land around her house.
    Paul
    $475 to go
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  • Gloria Diocelina
    Ecuador
    Gloria Diocelina received a loan from Tina to purchase clothing, perfumes, lotions, costume jewelry and other products.
    Tina
  • Quế
    Vietnam
    Quế received a loan from Gregory to build a toilet facility for her family.
    Gregory
  • San Francisco Group
    Paraguay
    San Francisco Group received a loan from George to purchase vegetables, fruits, baked goods, canned goods, dairy products, and other products.
    George
    $1,650 to go
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  • Wid Energy
    Zambia
    Wid Energy received a loan from Ruthann to purchase solar home systems that will be financed for rural customers in Zambia.
    Ruthann
  • Seangi
    Cambodia
    Seangi received a loan from Nataly to buy construction supplies to renovate her old home.
    Nataly

Impact   Updated Hourly

10,990
Team Members
$760,775
Amount Funded
19,428
Loans
1.8
Loans per member

Rankings In Businesses - Internal Groups Category

#6 for New Users (All Time)
#8 for Amount Funded (All Time)