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Having a strong personal home is a source of pride, safety, comfort and dignity in society. Home is a place to spend time with a beloved family. Everybody deserves a healthy, safe home.

House 4 House donates one third of the profit to Kiva. The money goes to home construction projects for people in need of financial support. 

Kiva is a global nonprofit organization that helps underserved communities thrive through the power of loans. Kiva has a unique model where people can lend as little as $25 to individuals who are seeking a loan for a variety of projects. Borrowers repay the loan and the money can then be re-invested to help others! 

Have a look at the projects we support together!


House for Herman and his family

Hermán Perez is a 44-year-old father of two children who works as a clerk. He and his family have been living in a very dangerous neighborhood for many years. For that reason, he wants to start building a home in a safer part of the city. He requested to be included in the program so he can buy terrain and start building his home.

You can read more about the project here.

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Channa room renovations

Channa, age 21, lives with her family in the area of the Angkor Borei district, in Takeo province. She earns a living with her small convenience shop in her community.


Because of a shortage in her finances, Channa has applied for a loan in the amount of 2,000 USD to pay for renovations. This loan will allow her to pay for construction supplies as well for labor costs. The advantage of a new roof is to help protect them when it rains and storms, keep the ceilings clean and provide comfortable living.

You can learn more about the project here.


Connection to aqueduct for Ghenadii

Ghenadii is 43 years, married and has three children. He lives in the village and works as a fireman at the kindergarten. His wife has worked abroad for five years because their incomes do not allow them to live a decent life.

Ghenadii has a big dream: to connect the house to the aqueduct. That is why he comes with a request to Kiva in the hope he will get a loan. As a result, the family will have decent living conditions and Ghenadii hopes his wife will soon come back home.

You can learn more about the project here.

Buy a house, give a house.

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