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Food

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

Rea Joy
Philippines
A loan of $275 helps to buy frozen foods; the rest of the loan will be used to buy products to sell like cosmetics and apparel. Read more
Hilario
Philippines
A loan of $250 helps to buy tungog, a tannin powder used to add color to coconut wine. Read more
A loan of $825 helps to buy a freezer. Read more
Mary
Kenya
A loan of $650 helps to buy various cereals, such as maize and beans, to sell at the local market. Read more
A loan of $200 helps to purchase cereals such as maize and beans to sell to her local market at a profit for a better life. Read more
Rael
Kenya
A loan of $550 helps a widowed farmer to buy different varieties of cereal grains, such as beans, corn, and rice, to sell in the local market. Read more
Mercy
Kenya
A loan of $200 helps to purchase cereals such as maize and beans and sell to her local market at a profit for a better life. Read more
Eusila
Kenya
A loan of $475 helps to buy cereals (beans and maize) for a single mom to sell in her village market and, as a mom, use the profits to support her family. Read more
A loan of $200 helps to purchase cereals, such as maize and beans, and sell to her local market at a profit for a better life. Read more
Zakiya
Uganda
A loan of $650 helps to buy more green bananas for resale. Read more
A loan of $1,350 helps a member to buy more rice, cooking oil, and tomatoes to meet her customers' demands. Read more
Mercy
Liberia
A loan of $475 helps to buy more rice, oil, meat, and other ingredients to prepare cooked food to sell. Read more
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