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We loan because...
Loaning is good for the world as far as we know.

In this group we also like the open-source website software WordPress.

Maybe we make a good living using it as professionals and want to give it props for the fact that we can invest in Kiva, or maybe you just want a WordPress badge in your profile cause its nice.

About us
We are fans of a web-based program that lets you build sites easily. The program is Free Software which means it doesn't cost anything and is produced by a community instead of a company.

Some of us might be website producers, while others are bloggers or businesspeople who use the software for their own websites.

WordPress has sharing and co-operation as core principles of its development and community.

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Team Activity

  • Mafanyikio Group
    Congo (Dem. Rep.)
    Mafanyikio Group received a loan from Tzaddi to pay for 2 bales of secondhand clothing plus transport to bolster her business.
    Tzaddi
  • Beth
    Kenya
    Beth received a loan from vortfu to buy high-quality fertilizers and pesticides to improve her farm.
    vortfu
  • Fahamu Group
    Congo (Dem. Rep.)
    Fahamu Group received a loan from vortfu to stock up on fresh fish to sell with the aim of building a house and providing for her children.
    vortfu
  • Buena Vista Group
    Nicaragua
    Buena Vista Group received a loan from vortfu to buy seeds and agricultural supplies to plant three 'manzanas' [a manzana is about 1.74 acres] of corn.
    vortfu
  • Luz Maria
    Colombia
    Luz Maria received a loan from vortfu to buy a cabinet, an oven, and supplies like meat, vegetables, and grains.
    vortfu
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  • Nedaa
    Palestine
    Nedaa received a loan from Christine to buy cloth, silk and some other embroidery supplies.
    Christine
  • Nilsa
    Mozambique
    Nilsa received a loan from Cathy buy construction materials.
    Cathy
  • Armida Del Carmen
    El Salvador
    Armida Del Carmen received a loan from Cathy to buy flour, loroco (an edible flower), vegetables, cooking oil etc, so she will have the ingredients to make pupusas, snacks and drinks.
    Cathy
  • Onomo
    Cameroon
    Onomo received a loan from Christine to buy agricultural inputs for his cacao plantation.
    Christine
  • Jakana Foods
    Uganda
    Jakana Foods received a loan from vortfu increase smallholder farmers’ incomes by buying unsold fruit that would otherwise go to waste and selling it as dried fruit.
    vortfu
  • Saima
    Pakistan
    Saima received a loan from vortfu to buy a new engine for her husband's van to provide better facilities to his customers.
    vortfu

Impact   Updated Hourly

44
Team Members
$26,075
Amount Loaned
737
Loans
16.8
Loans per member