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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

  • Adoracion
    Philippines
    Adoracion received a loan from Maya to buy peanuts, rice flour, sugar, milk, eggs, and other ingredients to make snack food to sell.
    Maya
    $450 to go
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  • Qablan
    Pakistan
    Qablan received a loan from Helen to purchase more calves to cater to more customers.
    Helen
  • Salamatu
    Ghana
    Salamatu received a loan from Helen to buy stocks of hardware for sale.
    Helen
  • Thanu
    Thailand
    Thanu received a loan from Helen to buy organic hens and organic feed for his chicken farm.
    Helen
  • Rene
    Honduras
    Rene received a loan from Barbara to buy merchandise for his business.
    Barbara
  • Basilio
    Honduras
    Basilio received a loan from Edith to purchase beef liver, chicken, tripe, pork chops, beef, and soft drinks.
    Edith
    $725 to go
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  • Antonio Domingo
    Peru
    Antonio Domingo received a loan from 2 team members to provide maintenance to his potato and corn crops to have a more productive harvest.
    Edith DeborahM
  • Manuel Rafael
    El Salvador
    Manuel Rafael received a loan from 2 team members to purchase corn to prepare and sell tortillas.
    Dana Laurence
  • Hadra
    Israel
    Hadra received a loan from Virginia to purchase a cutting table, a professional iron, a closet, fabric and materials, ‎plus additional sewing items‎.
    Virginia
  • Mercidita
    Philippines
    Mercidita received a loan from Diane to buy more dried fish to sell.
    Diane
  • Filomena
    Timor-Leste
    Filomena received a loan from Laurel to purchase flour, cream, sugar, milk, butter, eggs, salt, margarine, and other ingredients in order to make more traditional bread.
    Laurel

Impact   Updated Hourly

170
Team Members
$145,500
Amount Funded
3,968
Loans
23.3
Loans per member