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  • Adama Awa's Group

    Adama Awa's Group

    Senegal | Food | Food

    A portion of Adama Awa's Group's $2,825 loan helps a member to buy palm oil [for resale].

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    Funding via CAURIE Microfinance, a partner of Catholic Relief Services
    83% funded
    $475 to go
  • Aissata Amadou's Group

    Aissata Amadou's Group

    Senegal | Food | Food Production/Sales

    A portion of Aissata Amadou's Group's $1,575 loan helps a member buy groundnuts for resale.

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    Funding via CAURIE Microfinance, a partner of Catholic Relief Services
    33% funded
    $1,050 to go
  • Jiguène Bakhna 75 Group

    Jiguène Bakhna 75 Group

    Senegal | Agriculture | Poultry

    A portion of Jiguène Bakhna 75 Group's $1,650 loan helps a member to buy baby chicks and chicken feed.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    46% funded
    $875 to go
  • Cfjdt 20 Group

    Cfjdt 20 Group

    Senegal | Agriculture | Animal Sales

    A portion of Cfjdt 20 Group's $2,425 loan helps a member to buy sheep and goats to raise and then resell.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    53% funded
    $1,125 to go
  • Cfjdt 19 Group

    Cfjdt 19 Group

    Senegal | Food | Cereals

    A portion of Cfjdt 19 Group's $2,425 loan helps a member buy grains like millet, maize, groundnuts and beans, to store and resell them during the rainy season.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    36% funded
    $1,550 to go
  • Groupement" Ndéo Tilène"

    Groupement" Ndéo Tilène"

    Senegal | Food | Restaurant

    A portion of Groupement" Ndéo Tilène"'s $850 loan helps a member to buy onions, meat, potatoes etc in order to cook dishes for sale.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    35% funded
    $550 to go
  • Jiguène Bakhna 50 Group

    Jiguène Bakhna 50 Group

    Senegal | Food | Restaurant

    A portion of Jiguène Bakhna 50 Group's $825 loan helps a member to buy vegetables and foodstuffs for her restaurant business.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    30% funded
    $575 to go
  • Jiguène Bakhna 92 Group

    Jiguène Bakhna 92 Group

    Senegal | Food | Milk Sales

    A portion of Jiguène Bakhna 92 Group's $850 loan helps a member to buy sugar, milk, chocolate, and juices for making ice cream.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    20% funded
    $675 to go
  • Jiguène Bakhna 104 Group

    Jiguène Bakhna 104 Group

    Senegal | Retail | Cloth & Dressmaking Supplies

    A portion of Jiguène Bakhna 104 Group's $850 loan helps a member to buy fabrics, perfume and haberdashery articles for resale.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    14% funded
    $725 to go
  • Jiguène Bakhna 78 Group

    Jiguène Bakhna 78 Group

    Senegal | Food | Fruits & Vegetables

    A portion of Jiguène Bakhna 78 Group's $1,250 loan helps a member to buy fruit and vegetables for resale.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    16% funded
    $1,050 to go
  • Jiguène Bakhna 18 Group

    Jiguène Bakhna 18 Group

    Senegal | Food | Fruits & Vegetables

    A portion of Jiguène Bakhna 18 Group's $825 loan helps a member to buy fruits and vegetables for resale.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    27% funded
    $600 to go
  • Jiguène Bakhna 102 Group

    Jiguène Bakhna 102 Group

    Senegal | Food | Fruits & Vegetables

    A portion of Jiguène Bakhna 102 Group's $825 loan helps a member to buy fruit and vegetables for resale.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    27% funded
    $600 to go
  • Cfjdt 4 Group

    Cfjdt 4 Group

    Senegal | Food | Fish Selling

    A portion of Cfjdt 4 Group's $2,475 loan helps a member to buy fresh and dried fish and some crustaceans and then resell them.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    3% funded
    $2,400 to go
  • Cfjdt 22 Group

    Cfjdt 22 Group

    Senegal | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A portion of Cfjdt 22 Group's $2,425 loan helps a member to buy cereals such as millet, corn, sorghum, and peanuts in order to store them and resell during dry season.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    6% funded
    $2,275 to go
  • Cfjdt 23 Group

    Cfjdt 23 Group

    Senegal | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A portion of Cfjdt 23 Group's $2,450 loan helps a member buy cereals that will be held as inventory and then sold.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    6% funded
    $2,300 to go
  • Cfjdt 28 Group

    Cfjdt 28 Group

    Senegal | Retail | Retail

    A portion of Cfjdt 28 Group's $2,450 loan helps a member to buy grocery items such as rice, sugar, soap and milk for resale.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    6% funded
    $2,300 to go
  • Nogoye

    Nogoye

    Senegal | Retail | Retail

    A loan of $500 helps Nogoye to purchase fabrics, bags, and shoes to resell.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    50% funded
    $250 to go
  • Cfjdt 30 Group

    Cfjdt 30 Group

    Senegal | Agriculture | Animal Sales

    A portion of Cfjdt 30 Group's $2,450 loan helps a member to purchase sheep and cattle to raise and resell during the holiday seasons.

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    Funding via UIMCEC, a partner of ChildFund International
    11% funded
    $2,175 to go