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We loan because...
In our current global food system, the first to get left behind in a crisis will be those in developing areas. It is precisely these people whom Kiva gives us the opportunity to help through their loan program.

About us
We are Slow Food supporters who also believe in helping to redistribute opportunity through agricultural and food related loans. We promote and facilitate good, clean and fair development through the work of the Slow Food movement and through our Kiva loans.

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Team Activity

  • Limari
    Puerto Rico
    Limari received a loan from Laura which helps replace outdated equipment, build much needed infrastructure, and gain working capital to expand our production, in order to meet our ever increasing demand.
    Laura
    $1,875 to go
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  • Omar
    Lebanon
    Omar received a loan from Karin to buy food supplies for his restaurant.
    Karin
  • Hayat Group
    Lebanon
    Hayat Group received a loan from Karin to buy necessary food supplies for her catering business in order to maximize her business productivity.
    Karin
  • Manuel Antonio
    El Salvador
    Manuel Antonio received a loan from Lynn to buy flour, eggs, milk, yeast, cinnamon and sugar to make and sell bread.
    Lynn
  • Florcefida
    Philippines
    Florcefida received a loan from Karin to build a sanitary toilet for her family.
    Karin
  • Arístides
    El Salvador
    Arístides received a loan from Christilla to buy a cow to fatten and sell at a good price, and so that it will provide milk.
    Christilla
  • José Guillermo
    Nicaragua
    José Guillermo received a loan from Ken Altreuter to buy leather, glue, laces, holes, shoe fasteners, belts, thread and needles for sewing shoes.
    Ken Altreuter
  • Farzana
    Pakistan
    Farzana received a loan from Chuck to purchase classroom furniture for her students.
    Chuck
  • Jyoshnarani
    India
    Jyoshnarani received a loan from Michelle to renovate her toilet facilities so that her family can have access to basic sanitation.
    Michelle
  • Zainab's Female Farmers' Group
    Sierra Leone
    Zainab's Female Farmers' Group received a loan from Matteo to pay for improved seed, organic inputs and tractor rental which will allow these farmers to escape subsistence by farming a larger area with a higher yield.
    Matteo

Impact   Updated Hourly

103
Team Members
$46,000
Amount Loaned
1,268
Loans
12.3
Loans per member