Microfinance Online-Lending Websites


Created in 2008, Deki believes in empowering people to break the cycle of poverty and take control of their own futures. Combined with the training offered by its field partners, Deki microloans help entrepreneurs generate sustainable incomes.

Lendwithcare.org is an initiative from CARE International UK in association with The Co-operativ. It believes that the real potential of microfinance is still to be realised and innovative solutions enable poor communities – especially vulnerable, marginalised women – to find sustainable ways to earn a decent living.

Created in 2005, Kiva is a non-profit organization with a mission to connect people through lending to alleviate poverty. Leveraging the internet and a worldwide network of microfinance institutions, Kiva lets individuals lend as little as $25 to help create opportunity around the world.

Is a peer-to peer lending platform where loans are made directly between individuals. Lenders support micro-entrepreneurs living in challenging conditions that lack access to capital to launch or expand business activities. It is the first French website that facilitates online micro-lending. Internet users can choose to lend to micro-entrepreneurs in developing countries, but also in France, starting from 20 EUR.

By mid 2011, 11.000 “Babyloanians” lent almost 2 million EUR to 6.000 entrepreneurs in 130+ countries.

Is an internet-based lending platform. Potential lenders can see concrete projects, understand the business of the borrower and decide to support the project by a joint loan. Veecus provides regular updates about the project thanks to their partners on the ground. All loans have the Finansol label, which guarantees the transparency and social utility of lent money.

Is a young internet platform that allows individuals and businesses to finance the projects of micro-entrepreneurs around the world by making online loans. It was born as result of a partnership between PlaNet Finance and Groupe Allard. MicroWorld is run as a social business - combining a strong social mission with business methodology - whose aim is to promote the growth of microcredit in developing countries.

Created in 2007, MicroPlace is a wholly owned subsidiary of eBay Inc. and an affiliate of PayPal, Inc. It is a registered broker-dealer with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Its mission is to help alleviate global poverty by inspiring individuals to make investments in the world’s poor. The vision is to unleash the capital in people’s investment portfolios and harness it to make a difference in the fight against poverty.

Was created in 2007. By utilizing the principle of microfinance, Wokai connects lenders with people in rural China who want to start small businesses. Starting with the idea that everyone deserves a chance, Wokai built an online platform that allows people to have a direct impact on the lives of people living in rural China, their families, and their communities.

RangDe a non-profit peer to peer lending platform was created in 2008, with a vision to make poverty history in India by reaching out to underserved communities through microcredit. To achieve that, RangDe depends on a network of committed field partners and social investors and offers microcredit aiming to have a positive impact on business, education, health and environment of the communities with which it works.

MicroGraam was founded with the goal of applying cutting edge technologies towards enabling financial inclusion amongst the under-served populations in India. They bring years of experience in building successful technologies, companies, and practices to the microfinance world by creating the first auction, and reputation-based microfinance marketplace in India. MicroGraam's focus on providing the lowest overhead, and completely transparent marketplace enables investors to make choices that can minimize the cost of loan origination on small loans.

Milaap's model of livelihood finance focuses on customized credit programs that lend not only for income generation but also for access to basic facilities. Milaap's underserviced borrower communities in India use your low-cost, online loans to access basic services, including education, energy, water, health & sanitation, and enterprise development for dignity, well-being, and an improved standard of living.