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I run Saha Global, a mid-size social enterprise that trains women entrepreneurs in rural Ghana how to open clean water businesses. Despite having a proven model that works, we had been struggling to find funding partners to help us grow in Ghana and expand our impact. We aren't a fit for traditional finance, but were too big for micro-finance. We recently partnered with Kiva through their Direct To Social Enterprise program and secured the capital that we need to jumpstart our expansion. This gap between traditional funding and micro-finance is a major problem that many social entrepreneurs are struggling with. The DSE program is meeting a need that would allow many other organizations to significantly increase their impact,