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Laundry Day in a Water Shortage



Rebuilding After Osh Conflict: 5 Years On

Start-ups in rural Tajikistan

“Start-ups” is currently a big buzz word all across the developed world – from San Francisco to Istanbul to Singapore, aspiring entrepreneurs are having a go at starting their next company hoping to make it big one day.

You CAN Have Your Cake AND Eat It Too!

Julia in her bakery


The Biggest Little Hardware Store in Luwera, Uganda

Carne Asada: A Recipe for Success

Daysi dreams of having her own restaurant. She pictures a comfortable place for families to come, enjoy, and eat. One day, she hopes to make her restaurant her sole source of income. 

It’s an 8 Bit World, We’re Just Living in it

I enter the room and I’m quickly greeted by, “Hi! My name is Luna. What’s your’s?” I’ve just had the good fortune of meeting the four-year old Head of Marketing of 8 Bit Bakeshop, the video game and comic book inspired bakery.

A Little Lunch Goes a Long Way

One Tanzanian's Trash is Another Tanzanian's Treasure

This week I had the opportunity to travel to Musoma, a small town on Lake Victoria in Northern Tanzania, to visit a branch office of Tujijenge, one of Kiva’s Field Partners.

Día de Boyero in Costa Rica

Every second Sunday in March, el Día de Boyero (Day of the Oxcart Driver) is celebrated in San Antonio de Escazú, Costa Rica. It’s a day when the townspeople flood into the streets to honor Costa Rican’s history of using oxcarts to transport crops throughout the country. 

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