Fighting for a better future? We need your help.

Creating a more equitable world takes a lot of time and energy, but at Kiva we’re in it for the long haul. 100% of money lent on Kiva goes to funding loans. That means we rely on donations from people like you to make this work possible. For a limited time, if you donate $35 or more, a $25 bonus will be added to your account (you’ll get an email once it’s there).
Premal Shah, President & Co-Founder, Kiva
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Team Activity

  • Delfina
    Mozambique
    Delfina received a loan from Caroline to buy construction material.
    Caroline
  • Rachael
    Kenya
    Rachael received a loan from Caroline to purchase foodstuffs for her shop.
    Caroline
  • Aasia
    Pakistan
    Aasia received a loan from inkcanada to buy raw materials such as thread, sequins and pearls in large quantities to meet the increasing demand time after time.
    inkcanada
  • Oso
    Samoa
    Oso received a loan from inkcanada to buy material, fabric paint, stencils, brushes, rollers, wooden carved designs and a new cutter.
    inkcanada
  • Besire
    Kosovo
    Besire received a loan from inkcanada to buy some embroidery material such as thread, fabric and other materials needed for her work.
    inkcanada
  • Rosena
    Haiti
    Rosena received a loan from inkcanada to purchase paints and raw materials for the products she plans to bring to two international fairs.
    inkcanada
  • Zaib Ul Nisa
    Pakistan
    Zaib Ul Nisa received a loan from inkcanada to procure raw materials like, colorful threads, needles, buttons and artificial gems for wedding dresses.
    inkcanada
  • Shehnila
    Pakistan
    Shehnila received a loan from inkcanada to invest in her embroidery work by buying supplies such as threads in different colors, fabrics, stones, etc.
    inkcanada
  • Neelam
    Pakistan
    Neelam received a loan from inkcanada to buy embroidery materials such as thread, fancy cloth, sequins, and pearls of various colors, to have in stock for her embroidery business.
    inkcanada
  • Laxmi
    Nepal
    Laxmi received a loan from inkcanada to buy raw materials for her jewellery-making business.
    inkcanada
  • Muna
    Nepal
    Muna received a loan from inkcanada to buy raw material for her handicraft business.
    inkcanada

Impact   Updated Hourly

16
Team Members
$12,900
Amount Loaned
404
Loans
25.2
Loans per member