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  • Kigata Kwesigangana Group

    Kigata Kwesigangana Group

    Uganda | Food | Restaurant

    A portion of Kigata Kwesigangana Group's $2,200 loan helps a member to buy foodstuffs for the restaurant, like rice and bananas for cooking.

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    Funding via HOFOKAM Ltd., a partner of Catholic Relief Services
    84% funded
    $350 to go
  • Annalie

    Annalie

    Philippines | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $425 helps Annalie to pay for hired labor, fertilizer and pesticides.

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    Funding via Community Economic Ventures, Inc. (CEVI), a partner of VisionFund International
    29% funded
    $300 to go
  • Elsieta

    Elsieta

    Philippines | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $425 helps Elsieta to pay for pesticides, fertilizer and labor.

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    Funding via Community Economic Ventures, Inc. (CEVI), a partner of VisionFund International
    29% funded
    $300 to go
  • Jannet

    Jannet

    Uganda | Food | Food

    A loan of $250 helps Jannet to buy cocoa for resale.

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    Funding via HOFOKAM Ltd., a partner of Catholic Relief Services
    30% funded
    $175 to go
  • Cristita

    Cristita

    Philippines | Retail | General Store

    A loan of $275 helps Cristita to buy food storage, vita plus products, canned goods, chips, seasoning, and toiletries.

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    Funding via Community Economic Ventures, Inc. (CEVI), a partner of VisionFund International
    27% funded
    $200 to go
  • Gabina

    Gabina

    Philippines | Retail | General Store

    A loan of $475 helps Gabina to buy cooking oil, salt, canned goods, noodles, soy sauce, vinegar, shampoo, and body soap.

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    Funding via Community Economic Ventures, Inc. (CEVI), a partner of VisionFund International
    31% funded
    $325 to go
  • Lucille

    Lucille

    Philippines | Retail | Retail

    A loan of $225 helps Lucille to buy squash, eggplants, taro, bananas, and more papayas.

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    Funding via Community Economic Ventures, Inc. (CEVI), a partner of VisionFund International
    55% funded
    $100 to go
  • Gorret

    Gorret

    Uganda | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $275 helps Gorret to purchase cocoa.

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    Funding via HOFOKAM Ltd., a partner of Catholic Relief Services
    90% funded
    $25 to go
  • Eddy

    Eddy

    Uganda | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $175 helps Eddy to buy cocoa for selling to her customers at better prices.

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    Funding via HOFOKAM Ltd., a partner of Catholic Relief Services
    42% funded
    $100 to go
  • Sergio

    Sergio

    Philippines | Retail | General Store

    A loan of $100 helps Sergio to buy canned goods, shampoo, dish washing liquid, chips, candies and seasoning.

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    Funding via Community Economic Ventures, Inc. (CEVI), a partner of VisionFund International
    50% funded
    $50 to go
  • Eden Group

    Eden Group

    Congo (Dem. Rep.) | Services | Services

    A portion of Eden Group's $10,000 loan helps a member to buy local currency.

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    Funding via Hekima, a partner of World Relief
    85% funded
    $1,500 to go
  • Desanges Group

    Desanges Group

    Congo (Dem. Rep.) | Retail | Retail

    A portion of Desanges Group's $7,250 loan helps a member to buy cartons of biscuits, batteries, Omo soap powder, oils, sugar, flour, etc.

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    Funding via Hekima, a partner of World Relief
    93% funded
    $475 to go
  • Jean Bosco

    Jean Bosco

    Rwanda | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $1,325 helps Jean Bosco to pay workers who harvested maize.

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    Funding via Urwego Opportunity Bank, a partner of Opportunity International and HOPE International
    90% funded
    $125 to go
  • Epaphrodite

    Epaphrodite

    Rwanda | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $1,175 helps Epaphrodite to pay workers who harvested maize.

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    Funding via Urwego Opportunity Bank, a partner of Opportunity International and HOPE International
    63% funded
    $425 to go
  • Sincere (2) Group

    Sincere (2) Group

    Congo (Rep.) | Services | Barber Shop

    A portion of Sincere (2) Group's $7,650 loan helps a member to purchase drinks and supplies for his barber shop and general store.

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    Funding via HOPE Congo S.A., a HOPE International institution
    68% funded
    $2,375 to go
  • 25 De Diciembre Group

    25 De Diciembre Group

    Bolivia | Food | Grocery Store

    A portion of 25 De Diciembre Group's $4,125 loan helps a member to buy food and basic need items wholesale to stock her store and continue with her work.

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    Funding via Emprender
    96% funded
    $150 to go
  • Obra Group

    Obra Group

    Ghana | Retail | Retail

    A portion of Obra Group's $750 loan helps a member to purchase assorted bags from the market to sell to customers.

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    Funding via ID Ghana
    80% funded
    $150 to go
  • Above All Group

    Above All Group

    Ghana | Retail | Retail

    A portion of Above All Group's $2,275 loan helps a member to purchase more car triangles to sell at the market to his customers.

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    Funding via ID Ghana
    24% funded
    $1,725 to go
  • Soutoura Group

    Soutoura Group

    Mali | Retail | Cosmetics Sales

    A portion of Soutoura Group's $1,250 loan helps a member to buy cosmetics for resale.

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    Funding via Soro Yiriwaso, a partner of Save the Children
    80% funded
    $250 to go