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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 $400 helps to buy farm inputs, such as fertilizer and seeds, to improve her crop production, in order to sell the crops and use the increased profits to improve her living standards. Read more

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Regina
Kenya
A loan of $675 helps a loan to buy farm inputs such as fertilizers and quality hybrid seeds. Read more
A loan of $950 helps to buy farm inputs such as high-quality seed and nutrient-rich fertilizer to expand her crop farm and generate more income for her family. Read more
Daisy
Kenya
A loan of $575 helps to hire land to use in expanding her crop farming. Read more
Leah
Kenya
A loan of $950 helps to buy farm inputs such as seeds and nutrient-rich fertilizers to improve her production and make more income for her family. Read more
Esther
Kenya
A loan of $475 helps to buy farm inputs such as high-quality certified seeds to improve her crop farming and hence improve her income. Read more
A loan of $9,975 helps a member to purchase seeds, soil amendments, fertilizers, and other products. Read more
A loan of $9,550 helps a member to refinance her debt and invest capital in her business. Read more
Diana
Nicaragua
A loan of $850 helps to buy two pregnant cows and to maintain the pasture. Read more
A loan of $4,375 helps a member to raise pigs in order to enlarge her business. Read more
Reyna
Nicaragua
A loan of $1,225 helps to cultivate 1 block of onion, 0.75 block of potatoes, 5.5 blocks of beans and 2 blocks of corn. Read more
Erick
Kenya
A loan of $825 helps to buy a biodigester to save money and improve his farm. Read more
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