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We loan because...
We believe that by empowering women around the world through education, business and home improvement microloans, we can truly help transform their lives. Together we can make a significant impact!

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About us
We are a group of like-minded individuals that want to utilize Kiva's microloans to assist women improve their lives and communities.

Why Women?
Studies have shown that when you empower a woman, you empower an economy, a nation. This is because women invest 90% of their income back into their families and communities, which in turn benefits both their immediate society and the wider economy.

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Team Activity

  • Parul
    India
    Parul received a loan from Kaye & Mark to purchase needles, spindles, thread, etc., in order to expand her handloom business.
    Kaye & Mark
    $300 to go
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  • Mavel
    Peru
    Mavel received a loan from Michele to buy lubricants.
    Michele
  • Aksante Mungu Group
    Congo (DRC)
    Aksante Mungu Group received a loan from Carolyn to get supplies of 10 sacks of cement and a truckload of sand to produce cement blocks in order to strengthen her initial capital.
    Carolyn
    $500 to go
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  • Ating
    Philippines
    Ating received a loan from Khalida to purchase cement, hollow blocks, softwood, plywood, a door, tiles and other items.
    Khalida
  • Gulzhan
    Kyrgyzstan
    Gulzhan received a loan from Sheila to buy cattle to increase her income from livestock breeding.
    Sheila
    $575 to go
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  • Thea
    Cambodia
    Thea received a loan from Sheila to purchase more fish to sell at the market.
    Sheila
    $575 to go
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  • Sylvia
    Ghana
    Sylvia received a loan from Betty to buy stocks of food stuffs and frozen meat for sale.
    Betty
  • Muharram
    Tajikistan
    Muharram received a loan from Betty to pay for her son’s studies, so he won't be expelled from the university.
    Betty
  • Maxelinda
    Philippines
    Maxelinda received a loan from Betty to purchase water containers and pay for maintenance.
    Betty
  • Katerin Gabriela
    Ecuador
    Katerin Gabriela received a loan from Chris to buy: chicken trays, candy, sodas, ice creams, eggs, bread, milk, yogurt and other essential products.
    Chris
    $425 to go
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Impact   Updated Hourly

1,796
Team Members
$7,816,925
Amount Funded
47,276
Loans
26.3
Loans per member

Rankings Across All Teams

#9 for New Users (This Month)
#9 for New Users (Last Month)
#3 for Amount Funded (This Month)
#6 for Amount Funded (Last Month)

Rankings In Common Interest Category

#5 for New Users (This Month)
#5 for New Users (Last Month)
#6 for Amount Funded (All Time)
#3 for Amount Funded (This Month)
#4 for Amount Funded (Last Month)