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1 year Ebola free: Sierra Leone's Remarkable Recovery

Six Months After 7.8: ESPOIR and Kiva aid in Ecuador’s Earthquake Recovery Efforts

Destruction in Chamanga, Manabi, Ecua

The Secret Garden: Uncovering mysteries at a Kiva borrower

As a Kiva Fellow, each field visit to meet Kiva’s borrowers feels like an exciting, new experience! I compare it to reading a new book each time; and instead of starting at the beginning, you get to read the last page first.

Solar Energy in Cambodia: Cross-Sector Challenges in Engineering, Political Economy, Mobile Payments, and Microfinance

The power of needle and thread: How one Kiva borrower is helping the next generation

Supporting Peru's diverse businesses: from bread to roofs

Thank Goodness For Gratitude!

Of chickens and caterpillars - and the incredible hospitality of Burkinabe people

October 2016.

On Water, Dams and Self-reliance

“We have very productive land here. We just need enough water to grow our crops” Irene said repeatedly as we were taking a tour of her farm in Kalamba, Kenya. Irene and her family’s primary business is managing their three-acre farm that sits in Makueni County in central Kenya.

Once Upon a Midnight Eerie: How 5 Countries Celebrate the Day of the Dead


From tattoos to t-shirts elaborate sugar skulls have become increasingly popular in art and fashion but do you know the cultural significance behind these intricate designs?

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