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Kiva.org's 5 Year Anniversary Celebration Slide Show

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  • -- Yunus was featured as well as a fictional shady online lending marketplace called ‘metamorphoses microfinance’-- all of us are agents a change and while we were enjoying our time in san francisco-- millions of americans were learning about microfinance and poverty alleviation
  • QUOTE-- Disneyland for good2) STORY OF KIVA-- Seeing Dr Yunus Speak-- Dragged to UgandaDETAIL1) QUOTE-- I love this quote by Dr Yunus who says that "Capitalism takes a narrow view of human nature, assuming that people are one-dimensional beings concerned only with the pursuit of maximum profit" -- In my first few years of starting a non-profit, I've come to find that non-profits in our society are kinda like Disneyland for good.-- Disneyland is a place for magic. It's a place you go once or so a year to experience the kind of magic that may be missing the rest of the time. By it's mere existence, it's an acknowledgment that magic doesn't really exist in our daily lives. You have to go somewhere far away to find it. -- Nonprofits are embedded inside of capitalism in a similar way. 2) STORY OF KIVA-- About 7 years ago my co-founder Jessica and I saw Dr. Yunus speak-- This was the first I had really heard about microfinance. -- She was looking to find some way to contribute to the field. And I was looking to make my mark as a silicon valley entrepreneur.-- I had always said that I wanted to do something entrepreneurial.-- By day I was working as a programmer at TiVo where I was helping people pause live TV. -- By night I was working on a variety of different entrepreneurial ventures , robot company, dvd vending machine franchising, online clothing rental to name a few.-- But Dr Yunus' story was a very exciting and entrepreneurial tale. -- She ended up dragging me to Uganda , where the story of Kiva began
  • - I expected to see disease, starvation, a war-torn country
  • - I expected to see disease, starvation, a war-torn country
  • Instead, I met people filled with hope
  • Instead, I met people filled with hope
  • - I expected to see disease, starvation, a war-torn country
  • POKL
  • At Kiva, we believe…We believe in the power of individuals collectively coming together to make change.We believe that since our founding we have created millions of connections that have ultimately resulted in transforming lives. We believe that connected capital is:Distributed in its origin – democratized Flexible and patientAccountable PatientCatalytic
  • Thanks MattI grew up in MN….5 year I felt like a very small person walking through the slum.I felt alone, I couldn’t change anything.What I love about Kiva, is that gives all of us an opportunity to work together to change something.I knew I wanted to change things, but I didn’t know how. I think Kiva, for so many of us, gives us a way – a small way for some in the form of a $25 loans or a big way for others, like the bay area computer engineer who volunteers in West Africa for Kiva for a year. We do it because we are connected by a shared feeling that the world must change for the better.It is such a privilege and honor to be able to work on the problems of poverty, justice and community engagement – along side you Matt, and so many of my friends in the room. I find this work to be incredibly rewarding.changing the world for the better, even if my contributions alone are small. Together in this room, our collective impact can be quite large.
  • I want to
  • Since our beginning we have had tremendous resultsIn our first year we raised $1MM in loans, but today, we raise $1MM every 5 days, $25 at a time through the Kiva lending communityFirst year 3,000 lenders, now 3,000 lenders every 3 days Progress and results to-date 466% compound annual loan growth
  • -       Relief agencies tend to come in right after the conflict -       Then they leave 2-3 years and are on to the next location -       Following that, there is no funding locally – there is a vacuum left in their wake -       Gap between relief and commercially viable finance
  • The Re-loan Effect: Once Kiva loans are repaid, lenders are free to withdraw the funds, donate repayments to Kiva to cover operating expenses, or to re-loan the funds to other worthy entrepreneurs. . Approximately 60% of all Kiva loans are recycled as new loans to additional entrepreneurs.We project that this re-loan rate will increase to 75% in the coming year and to 90% in the next 5 years.
  • The Re-loan Effect: Once Kiva loans are repaid, lenders are free to withdraw the funds, donate repayments to Kiva to cover operating expenses, or to re-loan the funds to other worthy entrepreneurs. . Approximately 60% of all Kiva loans are recycled as new loans to additional entrepreneurs.We project that this re-loan rate will increase to 75% in the coming year and to 90% in the next 5 years.
  • $1B in cumulative loans via 3m lenders
  • The newest product on our site is educational loans which we see as part of a larger ecosystem.Not all households are in a community or have the status or luxury of having your child achieve even primary education, let alone tertiary education. It's a massive problem when an 8-year-old girl can't go to school.Of those who can get an education, there's a 200-300% lift in income level. That's why it's so prized for those that can access it.Over time, we hope Kiva can reach 1,000s of students like X throughout the world who wouldn’t otherwise have the benefit of an educationThis is yet another example of the benefit of catalytic capitalWe have proven in the last 5 years that capital that is patient, and that serves people who would otherwise be excluded from traditional financial services, can have a lasting impact for what we see as generations to comeAt Kiva, we also believe that this is just the beginning. Through the power of our lending community, through the power of our local partners on the ground, we have just scratched the surface in terms of what is possible
  • Social Return on Investment1000:1 loan volume to investment over 5 yrs$1 billionin social finance raised2 million borrowers funded3 million lenders cultivatedKiva established as an enduring institution for the 21st Century
  • At Kiva, we believe…We believe in the power of individuals collectively coming together to make change.We believe that since our founding we have created millions of connections that have ultimately resulted in transforming lives. We believe that connected capital is:Distributed in its origin – democratized Flexible and patientAccountable PatientCatalytic

Transcript

  • 1. Kiva’s 5th Birthday
    October 13, 2010
  • 2.
  • 3.
    Capitalism takes a narrow view of human nature, assuming that people are one-dimensional beings concerned only with the pursuit of maximum profit.Muhammad Yunus

  • 4. Where it all began: Uganda
  • 5. Our First Trip to Uganda
  • 6. Our First Trip to Uganda
  • 7. Our First Trip to Uganda
  • 8. Our First Trip to Uganda
  • 9. Our First Trip to Uganda
  • 10. Our First Trip to Uganda


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  • 11.
  • 12. An Organization is Born


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  • 13. Hybrid Goat in Kenya
  • 14. Butcher in Afghanistan
  • 15. Women Who Lend to Shirtless Men
    15
  • 16. Connected Capital
    Photo Credit: Connecting Dotz
  • 17.
    This isn’t right. Something has got to change. Five year old, 1980Ahmedabad, Gujarat

  • 18. Together we’ve raised:$165 million in loans to the working poor
    LOWRISK
    420,000 Entrepreneurs
    760,000Lenders
    135Field Partners
    98%
    Repayment Rate
  • 19. Together…Momentum is accelerating
  • 20. Together we reached…53 countries on 5 continents
    Ukraine
    Mongolia
    Moldova
    Kyrgyzstan
    Armenia
    Bosnia
    Bulgaria
    United States
    Azerbaijan
    Tajikistan
    Afghanistan
    Lebanon
    Iraq
    Palestine
    Nepal
    Pakistan
    Haiti
    Mali
    Mexico
    Dominican Republic
    Honduras
    Philippines
    Benin
    Senegal
    Guatemala
    El Salvador
    Ghana
    South Sudan
    Cambodia
    Nigeria
    Sierra Leone
    Vietnam
    Costa Rica
    Nicaragua
    Sri Lanka
    Uganda
    Liberia
    Columbia
    Togo
    Cameroon
    Indonesia
    Ecuador
    Kenya
    Rwanda
    Tanzania
    Congo Republic
    DRC
    Peru
    Samoa
    Burundi
    Bolivia
    Mozambique
    Paraguay
    South Africa
    Chile
  • 21. Breaking the cycle in Africa
    In just 5 years, Kiva funds more MFIs in post-conflict Africa than any other funder
  • 22. Under the hood: factors behind Kiva’s modelThe Recycling Effect
    The Recycling Effect:
    < 10% of money put into Kiva leaves Kiva
  • 23. Under the hood: factors behind Kiva’s modelThe Community Effect
    Active volunteers and pro-bono professionals engaged in Kiva
    Kiva Staff
    Community Effect
    10 active volunteers for every paid staff member
  • 24. Together we’ve achieved:Amazing efficiency
    OPERATIONS
    BORROWERS
    Fundraising Leverage:
    Kiva raises approximately 10 dollars in new loan revenue
    for every $1 it spends in donations to build the platform.
  • 25. The next 5 years:3 aspirations
    Scale
    Break Even
    Innovate
    $1 Billion for
    2M borrowers
    New loan categories
    Self-sufficiency at scale
  • 26. Student Loans
  • 27. Green Loans
  • 28. Green Loans
  • 29. Our Vision For the Future
    Loans that change lives
    Entrepreneur
    Student
    Green
    Water
  • 30. Poverty is a massive Issue


    Half the world’s population lives on less than $3 per day.
  • 31. The solution is impossible alone….
    31
  • 32. …but Possible Together


    Thank
    you.
    Photo Credit: Connecting Dotz