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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’.

Building Community Through Kiva Zip

I Was Amazed By This Kiva Borrower in Coastal Kenya

Dispatch from Brooklyn: After Loan Rejections, Zip Gives Chef a Second Chance

Pittsburgh Launches its Kiva City Movement

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How Housing Loans Can Change Lives

Los Angeles Father & Son Thank Kiva Zip Lenders

Two Single Moms Bringing a Taste of Venezuela & Colombia to Portland

I heard a lot of great things about Oregon before moving here for the Kiva Fellowship: it's beautiful, no shortage of live music and local food, Portland is where all the “coolest” people from San Francisco eventually move… However, as I set out to get to know K

Getting Robbed & Getting Over It

I'm currently reading Malcolm Gladwell's David and Goliath book. There's a section about London's response to the German blitzkrieg of 1940. Churchill and the rest of the government were worried that people would panic when the expected attack came.

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