Things You Should Know

What is the Detailed Monthly Repayments Report? (India Partners Only)

Use this report to understand prior months’ reporting and loans eligible to be reported in future months.
Once you have selected the repayment period you would like to view, you can filter the report to show you all loans in the selected period that meet different criteria. Below is a list of the filter categories along with a short explanation of how Kiva defines each of these categories: 
  • Repayments expected: This filter shows all loans that are eligible to be reported for the selected period.

How do I fix errors and warnings? (India Partners Only)

When you upload a repayment report, PA2 may generate errors and warnings.


Why will Kiva default all loans that are not reported as fully repaid? (India Partners Only)

Kiva’s standard policy is to default any loan that is 6 months past due.
The actual terms of the loans posted by your organization are 24 months or less. However, you will not report the repayment for a loan in PA2 until 38 months after the related tranche was disbursed to your organization. Because of this gap in time, any loan that is not reported as fully repaid will have been past due for much longer than 6 months and therefore must be defaulted per Kiva’s standard policy.

How do I report repayments? (India Partners Only)

Each month, you will be required to report repayments for the loans related to the tranche disbursed to your organization 38 months ago.
Follow these steps in PA2:
  1. Click the “Repayments” tab.

  2. Click the “Download the Loans Eligible to be Repaid Report” link at the bottom of the page. Learn more about this report.


Which loans must I report repayments for this month? (India Partners Only)

Each month, you must report repayments in PA2 for the loans related to the tranche sent (disbursed) by Kiva to your organization 38 months ago*. Kiva uses the date in the promissory note as the date of disbursement to your organization; this is the same as the “Kiva Sent” date that can be seen on the “Accounts” tab in PA2.

What happens if I upload more than one CSV?

Uploading multiple CSVs is the easiest way to fix warnings and errors in your report. The "Repayment CSVs Uploaded" section of the Repayments tab shows you all of the CSVs that you have uploaded for that period. Each row represents the information in one CSV and tells you how many errors, warnings, and on-time reports were in that file. To create your final invoice, the system combines the information provided in all of the CSVs.

How do I view previously-uploaded CSVs?

To view previously-uploaded repayment reports, follow the steps below:


How do I default a loan?

If a loan has been defaulted in your organization’s MIS, you should also default the loan in PA2.



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