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A Kiva Zip Borrower Honors Her Lenders with Product Names

‘I am a Refugee'

“We don’t think life can be more bad than here in Kenya right now…. we wish this to end soon,” says Joyce a 19-year-old Congolese refugee and single mother of two. 

Acts of Kindness: A Dedication to a Loving Mother

Colombia and Kenya? An Unlikely Pair....

The Art of Waiting in Kenya

Village view from a matatu

The Joys of a Mobile Loan Tool, and an Old-School Office

Kenya's Women Beekeepers

Traditionally, Kenyan women have not been in the business of beekeeping, but that's starting to change.

Big Smiles in Small Town Western Uganda

My Kiva Fellowship recently led me on a 930km trip through Western Uganda, where I visited a variety of borrowers living in rural areas. Although the journey was long and full of dust, sweat and bumpy roads, there were also many laughs, delicious foods and wonderful people along the way.

The Long Road to Connecting with Your Audience

"Art is...worth making. Something risky. Something human.”

It has been just over three weeks since I started my fellowship with Kiva Zip.


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