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A loan of $375 helps to buy 10 bags of cassava flour. Read more
Dominic
Uganda
A loan of $2,725 helps to buy more produce for sell. Read more
A loan of $4,525 helps a member to buy sacks of millet, peanuts and maize. Read more
A loan of $500 helps to buy 15 boxes of spaghetti, 15 boxes of tomatoes, and 10 cans of oil. Read more
Paulline
Uganda
A loan of $700 helps to buy more beers, wines, gins and spirits. Read more
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A loan of $2,500 helps a member to buy 20kg of ginger, 1 bag of sugar, and 10 coconuts, several wrap dresses. Read more

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Yến
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Lydiah
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A loan of $250 helps to buy more fruits and vegetables such as tomatoes to boost her business. Read more
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