Expatriate Lenders – Team Lebanon


Kiva Lenders - Team LebanonKiva Lending is the world’s first person-to-person micro-lending website, empowering individuals to lend directly to unique entrepreneurs in the developing world, namely Lebanon.

The people you see on Kiva’s site are real individuals in need of funding – not marketing material. When you browse entrepreneurs’ profiles on the site, choose someone to lend to, and then make a loan, you are helping a real person make great strides towards economic independence and improve life for themselves, their family, and their community. Throughout the course of the loan (usually 6-12 months), you can receive email journal updates and track repayments. Then, when you get your loan money back, you can relend to someone else in need.

Team Lebanon, works mainly on lebanese Expatriates which have done a marvelous job on lending to entrepreneurs in Lebanon to set up their small to medium business.

The loans so far are generous, feel free to take a look, or add your name if you feel you are able to help out, you can even subscribe as Anonymous. There aren’t much members yet for Lebanon, as Kiva is new and relatively few people know about Kiva yet.


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  8. Great to hear that you are a Kiva fan! If you (or your friends / family) are interested in getting more involved with Kiva, we have two core volunteer programs:

    • Kiva Fellows Program: Individuals spend 10 weeks to one year with a microfinance institution in a developing country, chronicling the lives of the working poor and assisting the microfinance institutions to maximize their relationship with Kiva. (www.kiva.org/fellows)

    • Kiva Translation Program: Volunteering from their own homes, individuals take entrepreneurs’ loan profiles written in the local language and translate to English, which are then posted for lending on Kiva.org. Kiva Translators help bring the entrepreneurs’ stories to life for potential lenders. (www.kiva.org/volunteer)

    ** Languages needed include: Bahasa Indonesia, French, Mongolian, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish and Vietnamese.

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