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  • Saja

    Saja

    Jordan | Education | Higher education costs

    A loan of $2,825 helps Saja to pay for higher education costs, transport and buy books.

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    Funding via Specific Union for Farmer Women in Jordan
    84% funded
    $425 to go
  • Ibangaryabagore Group

    Ibangaryabagore Group

    Rwanda | Food | Food Stall

    A portion of Ibangaryabagore Group's $4,125 loan helps a member to buy more rice, bananas and Irish potatoes to sell.

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    Funding via Urwego Opportunity Bank, a partner of Opportunity International and HOPE International
    15% funded
    $3,500 to go
  • Warsini

    Warsini

    Indonesia | Services | Services

    A loan of $925 helps Warsini to purchase additional prepaid airtime credit to sell to community members who want to use mobile phones to connect with loved ones.

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    Funding via PT Rekan Usaha Mikro Anda (Ruma)
    43% funded
     Only 2 days left! 
    $525 to go
  • Bonyokwa Kisiwani Group

    Bonyokwa Kisiwani Group

    Tanzania | Education | Education provider

    A portion of Bonyokwa Kisiwani Group's $3,400 loan helps a member to renovate her nursery school, to buy sarongs and fabrics, to fill her tank with water to sell as tap w...

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    Funding via Tujijenge Tanzania Ltd
    33% funded
    $2,275 to go
  • Muong Phang 24 Group

    Muong Phang 24 Group

    Vietnam | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A portion of Muong Phang 24 Group's $2,375 loan helps a member to buy young fish and food for the fish.

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    Funding via Entrepreneurs du Monde - Anh Chi Em
    56% funded
     Only 1 hour 9 minutes left! 
    $1,025 to go
  • Aitolkun

    Aitolkun

    Kyrgyzstan | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $2,100 helps Aitolkun to buy fertilizers and 15 sheep.

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    Funding via Bai Tushum Bank CJSC
    29% funded
     Only 6 hours 19 minutes left! 
    $1,475 to go
  • Hadeel

    Hadeel

    Jordan | Education | Higher education costs

    A loan of $2,825 helps Hadeel to pay for education costs, transport and buy books and stationary.

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    Funding via Specific Union for Farmer Women in Jordan
    79% funded
    $575 to go
  • Agnes

    Agnes

    Rwanda | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $1,975 helps Agnes to pay workers who harvested maize.

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    Funding via Urwego Opportunity Bank, a partner of Opportunity International and HOPE International
    48% funded
    $1,025 to go
  • Subainatu

    Subainatu

    Sierra Leone | Health | Pharmacy

    A loan of $1,175 helps Subainatu to purchase cartons of blood tonics, syrups, Panadol etc. for her pharmacy business.

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    Funding via Association for Rural Development (ARD)
    40% funded
    $700 to go
  • Luigj

    Luigj

    Albania | Health | Personal Medical Expenses

    A loan of $2,375 helps Luigj to pay for medical examinations and treatments for his wife who's been suffering for a long time from backbone illness.

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    Funding via VisionFund Albania
    58% funded
    $975 to go
  • Lourdes Yaneth

    Lourdes Yaneth

    El Salvador | Retail | Sporting Good Sales

    A loan of $300 helps Lourdes Yaneth to invest in the purchase of T-shirts, sweat pants, football strips, caps and shorts for her business.

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    Funding via Apoyo Integral
    25% funded
    $225 to go
  • Irakli

    Irakli

    Georgia | Retail | Retail

    A loan of $1,675 helps Irakli to begin trading in cement and generate a stable income.

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    Funding via LLC Micro Finance Organization Credo
    26% funded
    $1,225 to go
  • Maria Angelica

    Maria Angelica

    El Salvador | Housing | Personal Housing Expenses

    A loan of $1,000 helps Maria Angelica to buy cement, bricks, and iron, among other materials. Also, she will use part of the money to buy corn for tortilla sales.

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    Funding via CrediCampo
    70% funded
    $300 to go
  • Ani

    Ani

    Armenia | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $850 helps Ani to buy potato seedlings, fertilizer and also some fodder for her cattle on the farm.

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    Funding via Nor Horizon Universal Credit Organization Limited Liability Company
    67% funded
    $275 to go
  • Nhóm 05 Minh Hải Group

    Nhóm 05 Minh Hải Group

    Vietnam | Agriculture | Poultry

    A portion of Nhóm 05 Minh Hải Group's $1,400 loan helps a member to purchase more baby poultry to raise and sell in the future.

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    Funding via Thanh Hoa Microfinance Institution Limited Liability
    50% funded
    $700 to go
  • Terraclear

    Terraclear

    Lao PDR | Transportation | Transportation

    A loan of $24,000 helps Terraclear to purchase a delivery truck to deliver water filters to remote areas of Laos.

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    Funding via Nexus Carbon for Development
    58% funded
    $9,975 to go
  • Blgees

    Blgees

    Jordan | Education | Primary/secondary school costs

    A loan of $2,825 helps Blgees to pay costs for high school lessons.

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    Funding via Specific Union for Farmer Women in Jordan
    19% funded
    $2,275 to go
  • Twishyirehamwe Group

    Twishyirehamwe Group

    Rwanda | Retail | Home Products Sales

    A portion of Twishyirehamwe Group's $4,850 loan helps a member to buy more bed sheets to sell.

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    Funding via Urwego Opportunity Bank, a partner of Opportunity International and HOPE International
    8% funded
    $4,425 to go
  • Zulaika

    Zulaika

    Rwanda | Arts | Arts

    A loan of $600 helps Zulaika to buy more flowers and baskets to sell.

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    Funding via Urwego Opportunity Bank, a partner of Opportunity International and HOPE International
    62% funded
    $225 to go