A loan of $1,075 helps Juditha to purchase more quantities and varieties of grocery items, toiletries and beverages needed in her business.Read their story »
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- Philippines | Retail | General StoreFunding via Center for Community Transformation Credit Cooperative, a partner of HOPE International79% funded
- Costa Rica | Agriculture | Cattle
A loan of $1,900 helps Eugenio to purchase calves.Read their story »Funding via FUDECOSUR77% fundedOnly 11 minutes left!$425 to go
- Lebanon | Education | Education provider
A loan of $1,000 helps Layla to open an educational center for students with special needs and buy classroom supplies and educational tools.Read their story »Funding via Al Majmoua Lebanese Association for Development27% funded
- Cambodia | Education | Higher education costs
A loan of $4,325 helps Sreynak pay tuition fees from first to the fourth year for a BSc. in Engineering and Architecture. Her father is a construction worker.Read their story »Funding via KREDIT Ltd.31% funded
- Ghana | Food | Food Market
A portion of Wuni Songti Daafong No. 1 Group's $5,000 loan helps a member to buy palm oil, peanut oil, groundnut paste and other ingredients, to sell at the local market...Read their story »Funding via Grameen Ghana92% funded
- El Salvador | Agriculture | Poultry
A loan of $900 helps Elvia Evangelina buy 200 broiler chickens.Read their story »Funding via CrediCampo63% funded
- El Salvador | Agriculture | Pigs
A loan of $300 helps María Isabeth to buy pigs and pig feed in order to fatten and later sell them.Read their story »Funding via CrediCampo58% funded
- Lebanon | Personal Use | Personal Purchases
A loan of $1,500 helps Nisrine to pay for visiting Holy Religious places travel expenses.Read their story »Funding via Al Majmoua Lebanese Association for Development26% fundedOnly 1 minute left!$1,100 to go
- Azerbaijan | Services | Tailoring
A loan of $2,125 helps Sevda to buy cloth and other items to improve her business.Read their story »Funding via Komak Credit Union61% funded
- United States | Services | Services
A loan of $5,425 helps Brandy to purchase necessary equipment.Read their story »Funding via Accion East5% funded
- Lebanon | Housing | Personal Housing Expenses
A loan of $3,000 helps Mohammad to improve his family's living conditions inside the camp through building an additional room.Read their story »Funding via Al Majmoua Lebanese Association for Development8% funded
- Myanmar (Burma) | Agriculture | Poultry
A loan of $4,775 helps Lay Eain Kone Village Group to purchase ducklings and high-quality feeds.Read their story »Funding via Proximity Designs2% funded
- Uganda | Retail | Shoe Sales
A loan of $150 helps Gladence to buy rubber shoes, commonly known as baggagawale, to sell.Read their story »Funding via HOFOKAM Ltd., a partner of Catholic Relief Services83% funded
- Myanmar (Burma) | Agriculture | Poultry
A loan of $4,625 helps Kyon Paing Village to purchase ducks. 30 villagers will participate in the loan.Read their story »Funding via Proximity Designs9% funded
- Ghana | Retail | Renewable Energy Products
A portion of God Is One Group's $5,300 loan helps a member to buy Elsa stoves to sell.Read their story »Funding via ASA Initiative FNGO61% funded
- South Africa | Housing | Property
A loan of $2,500 helps Johannes to buy building material like cement, tiles, steel frames for windows, and iron sheets for roofing.Read their story »Funding via Siza Capital SA88% funded
- United States | Housing | Personal Housing Expenses
A loan of $10,000 helps Bertha obtain a new roof for her home, which will greatly improve the safety of their home while helping her rebuild her credit history.Read their story »Funding via Solar and Energy Loan Fund (SELF)74% fundedOnly 2 days left!$2,575 to go
- Costa Rica | Agriculture | Pigs
A loan of $2,000 helps Jessica to buy hogs and hog feed.Read their story »Funding via EDESA80% funded
- Mali | Retail | Retail
A portion of Niéta Ton Group's $1,300 loan helps a member trade beans to generate much profit.Read their story »Funding via Réseau de Micro-institutions de Croissance de Revenus (RMCR)50% funded