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A Solution to India’s Public Hygiene Problem



A Solution to India’s Public Hygiene Problem

The Best Beer in Bangalore!

The Best Beer in Bangalore! One man’s journey of struggle and redemption…



Healthy Women = Healthy Businesses

Throughout my Kiva fellowship, I have met with a number of borrowers and have personally witnessed the impact that micro-loans have had in their lives whether it be growing their business, providing for their family, learning how to save money, or giving a borrower an opportunity they wouldn’t have

How One Mexican Couple Baked Their Way Through Tragedy



¡Say Cheese!

One of my favorite activities as a Kiva Fellow is meeting with borrowers. And, the borrowers are usually happy to have a visitor and proud to show their business. Recently, I had the privilege of meeting borrower Dianira, who makes cheese daily.

A Fish Full of Dollars

Two years ago, Armen took out a loan of $1,625 for his business and since he has just repaid his final installment last month, I decided to pay him a visit to hear about his experience using Kiva.

Nuestra Nueva Medellín

Tammy's Magical Treasure Island Getaway

When I walked into A Tran's Bay Bike Shop, I was greeted by brightly painted signs, plants  and murals. The entire shop was covered in floor-to-ceiling designs, with bright whirls of color and whimsical figures pedaling their way through a beautiful, enchanted world.

How Mexico’s Poorest Women Redefine The Meaning Of Hard Work

María Lucas at home in her e

How to Make a Tortilla – Guatemalan Style

Mari Cruz is an energetic, friendly, and dynamic 41-year-old woman. About fifteen years ago, she decided to open her own restaurant and took out her first loan to purchase tables and chairs.

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