A loan of $4,950 helps Juan Eyver to buy equipment for a mobile phone servicing workshop, in order to generate a higher income.Read their story »
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- Bolivia | Services | Phone RepairFunding via CIDRE15% funded
- Pakistan | Education | Education provider
A loan of $1,425 helps Kouser to build a classroom to accommodate more enrolled students.Read their story »Funding via Kashf Foundation43% funded
- Philippines | Retail | General Store
A loan of $650 helps Josephine to purchase additional stocks of household goods to sell.Read their story »Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)92% funded
- Congo (Dem. Rep.) | Retail | Fuel/Firewood
A portion of Mizeituni Group's $6,375 loan helps a member to stock up with 400 liters of gasoline.Read their story »Funding via Hekima, a partner of World Relief10% funded
- Albania | Health | Personal Medical Expenses
A loan of $1,550 helps Dila to pay for her weekly kidney dialyses.Read their story »Funding via VisionFund Albania72% funded
- Kenya | Retail | General Store
A loan of $1,200 helps Mary to buy stock of bread, milk, sugar, paraffin, detergents, rice, maize flour etc. for the shop.Read their story »Funding via VisionFund Kenya64% fundedExpiring now!$425 to go
- Philippines | Retail | Phone Accessories
A loan of $650 helps Antonia to buy mobile phone peripherals to sell.Read their story »Funding via Center for Community Transformation Credit Cooperative, a partner of HOPE International80% funded
- Egypt | Clothing | Clothing Sales
A loan of $1,300 helps Amr to buy kids clothing.Read their story »Funding via Together Association for Development and Environment90% funded
- Vietnam | Retail | Religious Articles
A portion of Let Children Go To School Group's $1,800 loan helps a member to buy supplies to make incense and ghost money to sell.Read their story »Funding via Thanh Hoa Microfinance Institution Limited Liability58% funded
- Palestine | Services | Phone Repair
A loan of $2,000 helps Bara to buy mobile phones and accessories for his new store to resell.Read their story »Funding via Palestine for Credit & Development (FATEN)87% fundedOnly 2 days left!$250 to go
- Philippines | Food | Fish Selling
A loan of $350 helps Emilia to buy more seafood to sell.Read their story »Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)92% funded
- Pakistan | Food | Milk Sales
A loan of $400 helps Farzana to purchase another buffalo to increase her sales and earn profits in order to provide her family with the basic necessities of life.Read their story »Funding via Kashf Foundation87% 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.61% funded
- Paraguay | Food | Fruits & Vegetables
A portion of Santa Elena Group's $5,175 loan helps a member to buy fresh fruits to sell.Read their story »Funding via Fundación Paraguaya25% funded
- Uganda | Education | Education provider
A loan of $1,150 helps Universal College School to purchase a water filtration system to provide clean drinking water for its students.Read their story »Funding via Impact Carbon65% funded
- Philippines | Retail | General Store
A loan of $825 helps Teresita to buy items to sell like canned goods, personal care products, milk, coffee, soft drinks, spices, eggs, bread, snack foods, and other pe...Read their story »Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)57% funded
- Mexico | Services | Printing
A loan of $1,825 helps Lilia Elena to buy supplies to be able to form a partnership.Read their story »Funding via Konfío80% funded
- Honduras | Green| Personal Use | Home Energy
A portion of Gs La Granja Group's $6,250 loan helps a member to purchase an 85 watt solar panel for her home.Read their story »Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.38% funded
- Bolivia | Agriculture | Agriculture
A loan of $4,350 helps Teofilo to start production on his bee-keeping business and produce and sell honey so he can generate an income to support his son.Read their story »Funding via CIDRE57% funded