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Agriculture loans for women

Farmers face many challenges like unpredictable weather and market prices, and are often forced to choose between investing in their crops and fulfilling basic needs for their families. Your support keeps their crops growing and their livelihoods stable.

Nargiza
Tajikistan
A loan of $2,650 helps to buy more cows in order to develop her cattle breeding business. Read more
A loan of $1,250 helps to buy fertilizers and compost. Read more
Manee
Thailand
A loan of $675 helps to buy cow feed and materials for expanding the cattle pen. Read more
Elmira
Kyrgyzstan
A loan of $1,200 helps to buy dairy cows to increase her cattle headcount and sales of organic milk. Read more
A loan of $650 helps a member to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer to improve harvests of maize. Read more
Khursandoy
Tajikistan
A loan of $900 helps to lease the land and buy potato seeds in order to get a good harvest. Read more
Mele
Tonga
A loan of $3,075 helps to pay men and women to help with planting their peanut plantation. Read more
Rosemarie
Philippines
A loan of $375 helps to buy fertilizers and other farm supplies. Read more
Khavas
Tajikistan
A loan of $550 helps to purchase potatoe seeds to sow a new crop. Read more
Salina
Kenya
A loan of $100 helps to access premium seeds and high-quality fertilizer for 0.5 acres of maize, in addition to advice and insurance, optimizing for increased productivity and profits. Read more
Joyce
Kenya
A loan of $650 helps to buy farm inputs that she will use to improve her production and make more income to support her family. Read more
Lydia
Kenya
A loan of $375 helps to buy another quality breed cow to improve her dairy production and business. Read more
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