Autobiographies of MF

How Women are Changing the Zimbabwean Economy

>> Authored by Tess Murphy (Kiva Fellow) Although the market was overcrowded and dark, I could immediately spot Stellah standing...

Meet Somaida, the Unstoppable!

>> Authored by Aminatou Diallo (Kiva Fellow) I spent my time last week meeting incredible borrowers each of them with...

The Adelante Foundation in Honduras: Perspectives from the Field

>> Authored by Bob Sample For the past three years, I have been privileged to serve on the Board of...

Microfinance is not a Tool for Giving, but for Empowering

>> Authored by Sheryl Onopchenko (Kiva Fellow) In order to visit Collins and his hardware supply business, we had to...

Looking Good, Feeling Good

>> Authored by Tess Murphy (Kiva Fellow) Farirai welcomes us into her kitchen with a smile and claps her hands...

The Long Road to Microfinance

>> Authored by Tess Murphy (Kiva Fellow) Seven of us are tightly packed into a truck as it carefully accelerates...

Are We Making an Impact in Communities?

>> Authored by Tiffany Kao (Global Brigades in Panama) My name is Tiffany and I work for Global Brigades in Panama,...

A Journey of Thousand Miles Begins with One Idea!

>> Authored by Biba Kavass (Founder of Microfinance in Action , AP Economics/economics teacher, Southwind high school, Memphis, TN) Several years...

First Build Trust, Then Empower

>> Authored by Pablo Garron It was a very hot afternoon in an indigenous village, 3 hours away to the...

Fonkoze at 20: A Haitian Financial Institution Empowering the Organized Poor

by Fr. Joseph Twenty years ago, local grassroots organizations in rural Haiti were struggling to democratize their economy. They wanted to...

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