Source: Common Sense Media

Kiva gives students, families, and Company/Organizations the opportunity to invest as little as $25 in businesses in impoverished areas around the world. Kids can learn about people like Silvia in Nicaragua, who needs a new roof for her beauty shop and Norma, who owns a food stall in Bolivia and would be helped by an industrial food slicer. Kids can search for a borrower to fund based on industry (including food, construction, and retail), gender, and even whether or not they’re in a conflict zone. Risk and repayment rate (98.95% at the time this review was written) are all fully disclosed.

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