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Food loans

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

Athena
United States
A loan of $7,500 helps a women-owned business overcome the challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more
Esperança
Mozambique
A loan of $2,375 helps to buy more agricultural surplus from smaller farmers to sell in the market in order to increase her income. Read more
A loan of $7,675 helps a member to buy more sorghum and beans. Read more
A loan of $7,650 helps a member to buy biscuits, beverages, cooking oil, and beans. Read more
A loan of $7,550 helps a member to buy a variety of vegetables to sell. Read more
Bendu
Liberia
A loan of $425 helps to buy more dried fish and other items to sell. Read more
A loan of $3,475 helps a member to buy meat, chicken, rice, vermicelli, vegetables, oil, and other items. Read more
Janet
Philippines
A loan of $250 helps to buy fishing nets and nylon string. Read more
A loan of $925 helps to increase her stock of corn flakes and rice. Read more
A loan of $7,300 helps a member to buy more cassava, sweet potatoes, and beans. Read more
A loan of $5,575 helps a member to buy seasonal fruit and a variety of ingredients to make more meals. Read more
A loan of $3,375 helps a member to buy flour, eggs, lard, sweets, sugar, and other products. Read more
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