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Eco-friendly loans

Protecting the environment and creating economic growth don’t always go hand in hand, but by supporting these loans you give people access to products that reduce pollution and provide sustainable energy, and support businesses that promote recycling.

Simusolar
Tanzania
A loan of $100,000 helps farmers and fishers in Tanzania to earn more income with solar water pumps and fishing lights. Read more

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A loan of $4,000 helps to do maintenance on her well. Read more
Adioesmac
Guatemala
A loan of $9,775 helps to buy wet cacao from the smallholder farmers of the association. Read more
A loan of $15,775 helps a member dig a water well. Read more
A loan of $1,550 helps a member to buy cost efficient maize seeds and fertilizer for the coming harvesting season, as well as a solar light. Read more
A loan of $575 helps a member to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer for the cultivation of maize. Read more
Erick
Costa Rica
A loan of $850 helps to buy seedlings, fertilizers, and composts that are needed to replant his coffee crops. Read more
A loan of $425 helps a member to buy cost-efficient maize seeds and fertilizer for the coming harvesting season as well as a solar light. Read more
A loan of $850 helps a member to purchase hybrid seeds and fertilizer to improve harvests of maize. Read more
James
Uganda
A loan of $1,100 helps to buy a water tank for harvesting rain water and reduce the distance covered by his family members to fetch water. Read more
Tadeo
Uganda
A loan of $1,100 helps to buy mulch for his banana farm to have good yields. Read more
Paul
Kenya
A loan of $500 helps to add stock of more clothes to sell. Read more
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