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  • Hernán

    Hernán

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $4,575 helps Hernán to buy the materials needed to build a greenhouse, such as an antivirus blanket, coconut fiber, tomato plants and organic fertilizers.

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    Funding via COCAFCAL
    28% funded
     Only 3 days left! 
    $3,250 to go
  • Doris Nohemy

    Doris Nohemy

    Honduras | Retail | Cosmetics Sales

    A loan of $475 helps Doris Nohemy to buy perfume, lotions, creams, etc. for her business.

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    42% funded
     Only 8 hours 40 minutes left! 
    $275 to go
  • G.s El Sillon Group

    G.s El Sillon Group

    Honduras | Green| Personal Use | Home Energy

    A portion of G.s El Sillon Group's $3,000 loan helps a member to buy solar panel plants for their houses.

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    20% funded
    $2,375 to go
  • Grupo Solidario Mujeres Unidas Group

    Grupo Solidario Mujeres Unidas Group

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A portion of Grupo Solidario Mujeres Unidas Group's $4,550 loan helps a member to buy sugar, soft drinks, butter, soap, rice, pastries, coffee, bread, eggs, cheese, etc.,...

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    29% funded
    $3,200 to go
  • Ana Belinda

    Ana Belinda

    Honduras | Education | Higher education costs

    A loan of $2,750 helps Ana Belinda to support her son Cesar so that he can to be a food and beverage technician and chef.

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    Funding via Fundación CREHO
    19% funded
    $2,225 to go
  • Manuel De Jesús

    Manuel De Jesús

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $3,650 helps Manuel De Jesús to buy organic supplies such as organic fertilizer and insecticide, and other materials necessary to make his coffee plantation o...

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    Funding via COCAFCAL
    35% funded
    $2,350 to go
  • Marcos Tulio

    Marcos Tulio

    Honduras | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $2,750 helps Marcos Tulio to purchase the necessary materials to plant 0.3 hectares of passion fruit which are: posts, passion fruit plants, manure, to pay la...

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    Funding via COCAFCAL
    44% funded
    $1,525 to go
  • Nuevo Renacer 2 Group

    Nuevo Renacer 2 Group

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A portion of Nuevo Renacer 2 Group's $2,950 loan helps a member to purchase insecticide, compost, and hen droppings to care for his potato crop, and potato seeds for plan...

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    44% funded
     Only 20 hours left! 
    $1,650 to go
  • G.s Los Agricultores Group

    G.s Los Agricultores Group

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A portion of G.s Los Agricultores Group's $2,075 loan helps a member to buy seeds and fertilizer for his business.

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    67% funded
     Only 2 days left! 
    $675 to go
  • Rafael Leonardo

    Rafael Leonardo

    Honduras | Education | Higher education costs

    A loan of $2,600 helps Rafael Leonardo to pursue a master's degree in business administration.

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    Funding via Fundación CREHO
    43% funded
     Only 2 days left! 
    $1,475 to go
  • Andrés

    Andrés

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $4,575 helps Andrés to buy organic manure, organic pesticide, coffee plants and live barriers to conserve the soil, to convert his coffee plantation to organi...

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    Funding via COCAFCAL
    18% funded
    $3,725 to go
  • Gladys Aracely

    Gladys Aracely

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $975 helps Gladys Aracely to buy flour, lard, soft drinks, sugar, churros, bread, eggs, vegetables, rice, etc., to sell.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    58% funded
    $400 to go
  • Ruth

    Ruth

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $1,375 helps Ruth to buy beans, rice, sugar, coffee, eggs, cheese, bread, flour, etc., for her business.

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    7% funded
    $1,275 to go
  • Miguel Angel

    Miguel Angel

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $475 helps Miguel Angel to purchase fertilizers and cleaning for his cultivation of coffee.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    68% funded
    $150 to go
  • Jesus Armando

    Jesus Armando

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $4,575 helps Jesus Armando to buy materials to convert his coffee crops to organic such as: coffee plants, organic fertilizer and pay for labor amongst others...

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    Funding via COCAFCAL
    4% funded
    $4,350 to go
  • Jose Marel

    Jose Marel

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $4,575 helps Jose Marel to buy the needed materials to convert his coffee crops to organic such as organic manure, organic pesticides and planting live barrie...

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    Funding via COCAFCAL
    6% funded
    $4,300 to go
  • Jorge Leonel

    Jorge Leonel

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $4,575 helps Jorge Leonel buy organic manure, insecticide, and coffee plants to convert his fields to growing organic coffee.

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    Funding via COCAFCAL
    8% funded
    $4,175 to go
  • Jose Oscar

    Jose Oscar

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $475 helps Jose Oscar to purchase organic fertilizer, insecticide, and to clean the coffee farm.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    47% funded
    $250 to go
  • Sonia Argentina

    Sonia Argentina

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $700 helps Sonia Argentina to supply her business with basic products like rice, beans, butter, bread, eggs, cleaning products, condiments and others.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    39% funded
    $425 to go