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

Karima
Egypt
A loan of $650 helps to add more food products to her store to increase her family income and educate her children to ensure a bright and better future for them. Read more
A loan of $650 helps to buy a small fridge to keep his freshly squeezed juices and ice cream. Read more
Aml
Egypt
A loan of $650 helps to develop her project and add different kinds of food products to increase her sales and provide her children with better living conditions. Read more
Reda
Egypt
A loan of $650 helps to buy rice, pasta, oil, canned tuna and cheese and hopes to increase her sales; the profit will pay for her children's education fees. Read more
Joyce
Kenya
A loan of $325 helps her to buy more fruits in wholesale for selling. Read more
Marsa
Egypt
A loan of $650 helps to buy some more food grocery products and improve her family income and continue to educate her children. Read more
Jane
Kenya
A loan of $275 helps to buy cereals that she can sell in order to make more income to give her family a solid reputation. Read more
Jane
Kenya
A loan of $275 helps to buy more vegetables to boost her business. Read more
A loan of $850 helps to purchase basic supplies for her business. Read more
A loan of $1,850 helps a member to buy fresh fish and resell it. Read more
A loan of $2,800 helps a member to buy and resell fresh fish. Read more
Diana Estefany
El Salvador
A loan of $600 helps to buy vegetables, meats, condiments, bread, and other supplies so that she can continue preparing food and chicken sandwiches to sell. Read more
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