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  • Gabriela Mahely

    Gabriela Mahely

    Honduras | Education | Higher education costs

    A loan of $3,200 helps Gabriela Mahely to finish her degree in telecommunications engineering.

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    Funding via Fundación CREHO
    62% funded
    $1,200 to go
  • Carmen Rosario

    Carmen Rosario

    Honduras | Education | Higher education costs

    A loan of $3,650 helps Carmen Rosario to complete her Master's degree in earn, nose and throat medicine, in head and neck surgery.

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    Funding via Fundación CREHO
    19% funded
    $2,925 to go
  • Leopoldo

    Leopoldo

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $6,700 helps Leopoldo to buy materials to replant his estate, such as: coffee plants, organic fertilizer, organic consumables and to pay labourers.

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    Funding via COCAFCAL
    33% funded
    $4,450 to go
  • Jose Andres

    Jose Andres

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $3,200 helps Jose Andres to buy plants, organic fertilizer, organic supplies, and to pay the workers.

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    Funding via COCAFCAL
    9% funded
    $2,900 to go
  • Karen Yissel

    Karen Yissel

    Honduras | Education | Higher education costs

    A loan of $700 helps Karen Yissel to pay for her university fees in Psychology.

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    Funding via Fundación CREHO
    96% funded
    $25 to go
  • Floricultura El Clavel Group

    Floricultura El Clavel Group

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A portion of Floricultura El Clavel Group's $3,375 loan helps a member to buy manure, insecticides, and fungicides; pay for repairs to the land; and buy potatoes seeds fo...

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    73% funded
    $900 to go
  • Jorge Alverto

    Jorge Alverto

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $2,525 helps Jorge Alverto to purchase materials needed for replanting of organic coffee plantation such as coffee plants, organic fertilizers, organic inputs...

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    Funding via COCAFCAL
    5% funded
    $2,375 to go
  • Jenny Joana

    Jenny Joana

    Honduras | Education | Higher education costs

    A loan of $2,075 helps Jenny Joana to complete her university studies in marketing.

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    Funding via Fundación CREHO
    13% funded
    $1,800 to go
  • Ana Veraliss

    Ana Veraliss

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $1,375 helps Ana Veraliss to buy more products like basic grains, milk products, butter, flour, sodas, churros, hygiene products, bread, eggs, and others to s...

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    45% funded
    $750 to go
  • Enma Georgina

    Enma Georgina

    Honduras | Education | Higher education costs

    A loan of $4,225 helps Enma Georgina to finish her postgraduate degree in human resources.

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    Funding via Fundación CREHO
    4% funded
    $4,025 to go
  • Sergio Rolando

    Sergio Rolando

    Honduras | Services | Upholstery

    A loan of $925 helps Sergio Rolando to purchase materials such as sponges, fabrics, glue, wood, paint, sandpaper etc. to make, repair and upholster furniture.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    62% funded
    $350 to go
  • Buen Porvenir Group

    Buen Porvenir Group

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A portion of Buen Porvenir Group's $2,550 loan helps a member to buy compost and inputs, clean and grow more coffee plants.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    31% funded
    $1,750 to go
  • Jerardo

    Jerardo

    Honduras | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $6,400 helps Jerardo to buy organic coffee plants, organic fertilizers, and other organic ingredients necessary to plant coffee on his land.

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    Funding via COCAFCAL
    1% funded
    $6,325 to go
  • Martir

    Martir

    Honduras | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $1,250 helps Martir to purchase manure, liquid fertilizer and to apply it to his coffee crop.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    48% funded
    $650 to go
  • Las Quebradas 2 Group

    Las Quebradas 2 Group

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A portion of Las Quebradas 2 Group's $4,100 loan helps a member to buy manure, fungicides and insecticides, to pay for soil preparation for growing and helping with the c...

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    11% funded
    $3,625 to go
  • G.s La Plaza Group

    G.s La Plaza Group

    Honduras | Retail | Retail

    A portion of G.s La Plaza Group's $650 loan helps a member to buy underwear, bras, stockings, sandals, cosmetics, knickknacks, etc., for her business.

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    23% funded
    $500 to go
  • Lidia Rosa

    Lidia Rosa

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $1,150 helps Lidia Rosa to buy general groceries.

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    10% funded
    $1,025 to go
  • Claudia Margarita

    Claudia Margarita

    Honduras | Clothing | Clothing Sales

    A loan of $700 helps Claudia Margarita to buy blouses, shirts, pants, towels and sandals, and to rent a space for her business.

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    46% funded
    $375 to go
  • Juan Alberto

    Juan Alberto

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $925 helps Juan Alberto to buy inputs and fertilisers and to clean his crops.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    62% funded
    $350 to go
  • Alexa

    Alexa

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $1,150 helps Alexa to buy margarine, butter, soap, rice, sodas, water, milk, eggs, flour, etc. for her business.

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    19% funded
    $925 to go