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We loan because...
As an international culture group, we know quite intimately the reality of our global interconnectedness. We are brothers and sisters, and we are one another’s keepers. Some of us are in need of a loan, and some of us are able to make that loan. Kiva.org helps us to facilitate what comes next, and that is a beautiful thing.

About us
A third culture kid is a person who has spent a significant part of his or her developmental years outside their parents' culture. The third culture kid builds relationships to all the cultures, while not having full ownership in any. Although elements from each culture are assimilated into the third culture kid's life experience, the sense of belonging is in relationship to others of the same background, other TCKs.

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Team Activity

  • Alba Karina
    Ecuador
    Alba Karina received a loan from 1 team members to buy chickens and pay for transportation.
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    $700 to go
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  • Ana Lucia
    Ecuador
    Ana Lucia received a loan from 1 team members to buy agricultural inputs for her crops.
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    $950 to go
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  • We Will Win Group
    Vietnam
    We Will Win Group received a loan from Caleb to purchase iron and aluminum to make furniture for sale.
    Caleb
  • Shabana
    Pakistan
    Shabana received a loan from Daniel to increase her tailoring business.
    Daniel
  • Cruz Campo
    Peru
    Cruz Campo received a loan from Christina to improve farmers’ income by 100% by getting organic certifications and improving factory infrastructure.
    Christina
  • Boyondo Group
    Burkina Faso
    Boyondo Group received a loan from Bill & Cara to purchase millet flour and some sugar for making porridge to sell.
    Bill & Cara
  • Ashoki Group
    Tanzania
    Ashoki Group received a loan from Bill & Cara to buy bundles of sandals and to add a new stock of handbags for sale.
    Bill & Cara
  • Purse Group
    Sierra Leone
    Purse Group received a loan from Bill & Cara to pay for more bags of rice and gallons of vegetable oil and palm oil.
    Bill & Cara
  • Gloria
    Philippines
    Gloria received a loan from Joan to purchase a variety of ornamental plants that she can grow and sell.
    Joan

Impact   Updated Hourly

100
Team Members
$120,275
Amount Loaned
4,457
Loans
44.6
Loans per member