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We loan because...
Microfinance is an important way to directly reach and improve living standards for the world's poor. We want to support KIVA's mission.

About us
Siblings from from Portland, OR who all attend Pacific Lutheran University.

Location: Portland, OR      

 

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Team Activity

  • Annie
    Liberia
    Annie received a loan from Paul to buy more cream, powder and slippers to sell.
    Paul
  • Natasha
    Uganda
    Natasha received a loan from Paul to buy more jewelry and watches to sell to raise income for supporting her family.
    Paul
  • Blanca Alicia
    El Salvador
    Blanca Alicia received a loan from Paul to buy corn for her tortillas business.
    Paul
  • Sweet Mother Group
    Ghana
    Sweet Mother Group received a loan from Paul to buy more groceries, such as rice, sugar, tomatoes, onions, peppers, fish and cooking oil, to sell.
    Paul
  • Manny
    United States
    Manny received a loan from Stephanie which helps us purchase samples and floor displays to market our products.
    Stephanie
  • Hind
    Palestine
    Hind received a loan from Paul to buy solar cells for her family house.
    Paul
  • Merlin Saraí
    El Salvador
    Merlin Saraí received a loan from Paul to buy a calf and pigs for breeding and subsequent sale.
    Paul
  • Brenda Liseth
    El Salvador
    Brenda Liseth received a loan from Paul to buy a cow to raise and later sell.
    Paul
  • Aída Yaneth
    El Salvador
    Aída Yaneth received a loan from Paul to purchase corn, oil, condiments, yucca, plantains, etc. to make and sell traditional foods.
    Paul
  • Patima
    Georgia
    Patima received a loan from Luke to renovate rooms and start renting to tourists.
    Luke
  • Rosa Delia
    El Salvador
    Rosa Delia received a loan from Luke to buy lotions, body creams, and other cosmetics to offer her customers a wider variety.
    Luke

Impact   Updated Hourly

5
Team Members
$35,850
Amount Funded
1,047
Loans
209.4
Loans per member