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Not to evoke partisan sentiments, but seriously, let’s share the wealth



Unstoppable women “Les Madans Sara”

Carbon Credits & Chlorine Dispensers: An Alternative Repayment Strategy

The majority of Kenyans in rural areas are completely reliant on natural sources for all of their water needs; this includes bathing, washing clothes, cooking, and drinking. Unfortunately, these sources of water are in no way purified or fit for human consumption.

Habiba’s wish: to see Tajikistan prosper

Habiba with a calf bought with her Kiva loan

To support herself and her family Habiba had to start a small business, raising cattle and producing milk and cheese that she sells at the village market to her neighbours. Habiba's tenderness stretches to all members of her small household. I witness it, when her son brings the calf that Habiba bought with funds provided by Kiva lenders.

Rural Microloans 2.0: A Mexican Social Enterprise Revamps its Credit Program

12 Days in Uganda Without Running Water

The first partner that I worked with as part of my Kiva Fellowship was a small group called YICE (Youth Initiative for Community Engagement). They are headquartered in the village of Kyakatebe (Pronounced Jak-a-te-be) within the sub-county of Nalutuntu within the district of Mubende, Uganda.

MSG is #1!


My MSG Combi Choir


Kiva, Camfed and Cama - A Transformational Partership

Social Enterprise in Madagascar: Tackling Sanitation and Energy Challenges

You may know that Kiva not only partners with Microfinance institutions, but also with schools, associations, and social enterprises.

A first Fellow’s tales from the fields of Madagasikara

View of a surrounding village of Antsirabe,

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