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We loan because...
we want to support the bravery and exuberance of Kiva's older entrepreneurs!

About us
We want to celebrate and support those of mature years who, whether through choice or necessity, keep working and struggling to improve their own lives and the lives of others.

We generally define older as 50+, given that in many Kiva countries average life expectancy is between 50 & 70 years.

Location: Worldwide      

 

Latest Messages  

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Team Activity

  • Musso
    Tajikistan
    Musso received a loan from 2 team members to purchase necessary construction materials and hire workers to renovate his house and improve his living conditions.
    norm Patte
    $775 to go
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  • Digna
    Ecuador
    Digna received a loan from 3 team members to purchase chickens and corn.
    Patte Johannah Barbara
  • Martin
    Peru
    Martin received a loan from DeborahM to buy cattle to increase production.
    DeborahM
  • Mahmoud
    Jordan
    Mahmoud received a loan from Bettina to overcome the COVID-19 crisis and keep his hot and cold drinks business to make a living.
    Bettina
    $2,175 to go
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  • Ceferino
    Paraguay
    Ceferino received a loan from DeborahM to purchase an electric stove and raw materials to make his products.
    DeborahM
  • Sharipa
    Kyrgyzstan
    Sharipa received a loan from 3 team members to buy dairy cows to increase her headcount of cattle and sales of organic milk.
    Johannah Patte Barbara
  • Bahriniso
    Tajikistan
    Bahriniso received a loan from Jenn to purchase necessary materials and fabrics for sewing, expand business and get more profit.
    Jenn
  • Chalobon
    Thailand
    Chalobon received a loan from Bettina to buy silk thread, dyes, and other supplies for weaving silk cloth to sell.
    Bettina
  • Maggie
    Papua New Guinea
    Maggie received a loan from Bettina to maintain a cocoa fermentry.
    Bettina
  • Gloria Vespertina
    Ecuador
    Gloria Vespertina received a loan from Freddie to buy fabric, zippers, needles, buttons, elastic, and other materials.
    Freddie
  • Imaculada
    Timor-Leste
    Imaculada received a loan from Laurel to buy goods, such as biscuits, noodles, sugar, coffee and many other things to resell at her store.
    Laurel

Impact   Updated Hourly

170
Team Members
$151,375
Amount Funded
5,832
Loans
34.3
Loans per member