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Kiva headquarters was buzzing with the voices of middle school students on a Friday in July. The students received a tour of the office and Kiva U’s Jessica Hansen gave students an introduction to Kiva. The students learned some of the ins and outs of the microfinance ...
Kiva U’s very first video game is live! The interactive game can be played for free, online, with the goal of enabling younger audiences to learn more about microfinance. It helps middle school and high school students understand the microfinance lending cycle, the difference between loans and donations, and more about the main loan uses of Kiva borrowers.
It’s the latest project from Kiva U, which brings together over 69,000 students and teachers in a community where they can access tools and resources to...
Kiva Fellows have been hard at work these past few months! From India to Tanzania, they have captured some amazing photos of borrowers.
Fellow Natalie Russell captured this photo of Celina, who sells small dry fish in Tanzania.
Claire Eggers, a fellow in India, took this inspiring photo of Ganesh on his mushroom farm.
A woman in Zimbabwe uses Kiva loans to support her clothing store, where Alan Mathers shot this photo.
Eric Brandt (former fellow, current Kiva...