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Kiva Partner Stands with #BringBackOurGirls

The story from Nigeria about the young women abducted from their school dormitory has been weighing heavy on me since the media finally started reporting on it.  I took a staff photo today of the Camfed Zimbabwe team showing their solidarity and support of these girls and their families.

Pittsburgh women take on entrepreneurial roles, flipping typical gender dynamics

Janet: Nuru Field Officer, Kiva Borrower, and Mother of Five

Before coming to Isebania, Kenya, I knew little of the daily struggles of a smallholder farmer in the developing world. How his or her year could be determined by the whims of the weather.

Rural India: Where Villages Become Islands

Kiva Zip thaws the credit freeze for small farmers

Robert Breen and Mary Ellen Taylor

Breaking cultural barriers in the fight against poverty

Paynesville south -

The Beauty of Business

From Soccer Pro to Sewing Pro in Sierra Leone

Tejan, proudly outside his new shop

3 Ways a LA Kiva Borrower is Leading a Local Food Revolution


'Petty' Traders Hustle to Survive, Looking for a Way Up

Freetown’s narrow, dusty and often unpaved streets seem to squeeze life through them at an intensity that is difficult to imagine in a ‘western city’.


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