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Food

These borrowers are fueling their communities with food (and love) at markets, small grocery stores and restaurants.

Mesfin
Kenya
A loan of $18,550 helps to increase bulk purchases and cover operating expenses. Read more
Velary
Solomon Islands
A loan of $525 helps to buy cabbages, tomatoes, cassavas, and potatoes for her food marketing business. Read more
Ahmed
Jordan
A loan of $1,425 helps to supply his grocery store to make a living and fight oppression. Read more
Marah
Palestine
A loan of $2,000 helps to buy food supplies, an oven, and a fridge for her work. Read more
Alicia
Philippines
A loan of $325 helps to buy additional buckets of fish to sell. Read more
Vergenia
Philippines
A loan of $275 helps to buy additional sacks of rice to sell and other supplies needed in her business. Read more
Lydia
Philippines
A loan of $225 helps to buy fish and salt to make dried fish and sell it. Read more
Sugar
United States
A loan of $8,500 helps a black woman-owned business purchase commercial equipment to grow. Read more
Ahmed
Egypt
A loan of $1,275 helps to buy buy different types of grocery products for his store. Read more
Sonia Esperanza
El Salvador
A loan of $700 helps her to buy corn, rice, flour, vegetables and other raw materials to prepare the food she offers at her diner and also to sell her pupusas (stuffed tortillas). Read more
A loan of $3,750 helps a member to buy maize flour, cooking oil, and rice. Read more
Linda
Kenya
A loan of $950 helps to purchase more stocks of maize, beans and peas and millets. Read more
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