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Ecofriendly 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.

Nora
Samoa
A loan of $800 helps to buy a water tank, chemicals, vegetable seeds, soil, and a rake. Read more
Luatasi
Samoa
A loan of $1,175 helps to buy taro roots (seedlings), banana tubes (seedlings), chemicals, a backpack sprayer and chainsaw. Read more
Laetitia
Rwanda
A loan of $1,300 helps to add more products and increase her mobile money float. Read more
A loan of $4,075 helps a member to buy second-hand pants, t-shirts, blouses, and jackets. Read more
A loan of $375 helps to purchase farm inputs as seedlings, fertilizer and water tank for irrigation on dry season. Read more
A loan of $375 helps to purchase business float, and also sacks of oranges, avocados, and ripe bananas for her second venture. Read more
Gemma
Philippines
A loan of $575 helps to buy additional seaweed to sell. Read more
Gs Colmado Y Paca Group
Dominican Republic
A loan of $850 helps a member to purchase merchandise to sell (jackets, pants, blouses, polos, shoes, dresses, etc.). Read more
A loan of $5,425 helps a member to purchase fabrics and sacks of secondhand clothing to resell. Read more
Rita
Solomon Islands
A loan of $1,250 helps to buy a baking drum, small refrigerator, sealer and cooking oil for her food market business. Read more
Chuchan
Philippines
A loan of $250 helps to buy additional stocks of nipa roofing to sell. Read more
Jenie
Philippines
A loan of $500 helps to buy additional stock of nipa roofing to sell. Read more
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