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Food

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

Ameera
Palestine
A loan of $4,000 helps to buy more fruits and vegetables for her work. Read more
Ushindi Ii Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $4,275 helps a member to stock up on fresh fish, which will strengthen their starting capital. Read more
A loan of $5,300 helps a member to buy corn and gas for her tortilla business, as well as wholesale turpentine for making incense. Read more
A loan of $2,750 helps a member to buy more Irish potatoes, sodas, beans, rice and cooking oil. Read more
A loan of $975 helps to buy annatto, peanuts, limes, cocoa and other products. Read more
A loan of $3,025 helps a member to buy more Irish potatoes and beans. Read more
A loan of $2,575 helps a member to buy more maize and beans. Read more
A loan of $2,275 helps a member to buy more fruits and vegetables to sell. Read more
A loan of $1,225 helps a member to buy more fresh fish and firewood to roast fish to sell. Read more
Branice
Kenya
A loan of $550 helps a single mom to buy more cereals and improve her cereal trading business that has been negatively affected by Covid-19 pandemic. Read more
A loan of $875 helps to buy caramels and a variety of candies. Read more
A loan of $450 helps to purchase seafood. Read more
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