Inkovations: Kiva Entepreneurs
Eagle-eyed readers may have noticed it’s been a little while since we’ve mentioned our Kiva borrower of the month.
It’s not that we’ve been slacking or that we don’t care any more- far from it- but rather that we’ve been doing a bit of thinking about how our loans could have a greater impact for their recipients. As a result, we’ve...Read More
‘Aunty’ Aminata, as she is affectionately known in her village of Makeh, Sierra Leone, is an outstanding entrepreneur and businesswoman who supports a family of six.
She believes business is an important way for women to become empowered in the community, and is a successful farmer, landowner, village elder who also runs a trading...Read More
Kiva, the organisation we use to make our monthly ‘loans that change lives’ is on the verge of an incredible milestone. At the time of writing they have helped entrepreneurs without access to conventional banking systems access a jaw-dropping $995,812,375 of loans - tantalisingly close to $1 billion.
With this in mind,...Read More
There are a lot of reasons to love Kiva.org, the organisation we use to make our monthly ‘loans that change lives.’
Aside from the obvious - that it’s a spectacular platform for enabling entrepreneurs without access to traditional banking systems to fulfil their potential- it is also an...Read More
Do you remember Amadeo De Jesús, the 66 year old beekeeper from El Salvador?
Back in February 2016 we helped to lend him $1,100 via Kiva.org, the site we use to make our monthly ‘loans that change lives’, in order to purchase more equipment and boxes to house his hives. (If you missed it, you can read his storyRead More
Just like many of our friends, colleagues and clients we won’t be sending Christmas cards from Inkspiller this year. Instead, we’re making a special donation directly to Kiva.org, the organisation we use to make our monthly ‘loans than change lives.’
In case you’ve missed our posts about them (where have you been?) Kiva’s mission is...Read More
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