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Agriculture

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.

Sarah
Kenya
A loan of $575 helps to buy high-quality and nutrient-rich fertilizers to improve her corn crop farm and support her family. Read more

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Divinah
Kenya
A loan of $300 helps to buy quality farming inputs, such as certified seeds and nutrient-rich fertilizer, which she plans to use on her farm. Read more
Rebecca
Kenya
A loan of $500 helps to buy certified fertilizers to improve her corn crop and elevate her living standard. Read more
Marion
Kenya
A loan of $300 helps to buy farm inputs such as certified seeds and fertilizers to improve her harvest production and eventually improve her living conditions. Read more
Julius
Kenya
A loan of $275 helps to access premium seeds and high quality fertilizer for 2.5 acres of maize, in addition to advice and insurance, optimizing productivity and profits. Read more
Beth
Kenya
A loan of $500 helps to purchase farming inputs, such as high-nutrient fertilizers and certified seeds, to improve her farm yield so she can improve her family's living conditions. Read more
Pauline
Kenya
A loan of $500 helps to gain access to cost-efficient hybrid seeds and fertilizer for crop cultivation for this single mom with a good credit history. Read more
Sara
Kenya
A loan of $575 helps to buy farm inputs such as fertilizer and seeds to improve her crop production and use the profits to support her family. Read more
A loan of $400 helps to purchase farming inputs, such as fertilizers, to boost her crop quality, earn more profit, and elevate her standard of living. Read more
Esther
Kenya
A loan of $675 helps to buy farm inputs such as high-quality fertilizers to help a mom improve her crop yields and use the profits to pay tuition fees for her children. Read more
Dorcas
Kenya
A loan of $575 helps to buy an additional dairy cow to meet the overwhelming demand for milk in her village. Read more
Sharon
Kenya
A loan of $300 helps to buy farm inputs such as fertilizers to help improve her horticulture farm. Read more
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