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Food

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

Su
United States
A loan of $6,500 helps a family-owned start-up restaurant to buy equipment, hire helpers, and buy signs to help promote. Read more
Phượng
Vietnam
A loan of $2,175 helps to purchase tools such as fish net to catch fish to sell. Read more
A loan of $2,050 helps a member to increase her stock and invest in packaging. Read more
A loan of $900 helps to buy merchandise to improve her business. Read more
Ephatha Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $5,000 helps a member to stock up with different types of beers which will boost her initial capital. Read more
Ndarikana Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $3,300 helps a member to buy three bags of beans, which will strengthen her initial capital. Read more
Irenge Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $3,900 helps a member to stock up with sugar, yeast and mustard, which will build up her working capital. Read more
A loan of $700 helps to purchase flour, leavening, oil, butter, and jellies. Read more
Susan
Solomon Islands
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy flour, cooking oil, sugar and vanilla flavors for her bakery business, as well as a new tyre, radiator and rear shock absorber to repair her car for her taxi business. Read more
A loan of $2,700 helps a member to buy apples, pears, oranges, bananas, lettuce, beets, parsley, chard, and other produce. Read more
Saira Marleny
El Salvador
A loan of $900 helps to buy a greater variety of seafood in order to keep up her sales. Read more
A loan of $1,275 helps a member to buy cans of oil and bags of rice. Read more
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