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

Ahmed
Egypt
A loan of $625 helps to buy plastic boxes for food packing with plastic spoons, forks, and other needs. Read more
A loan of $1,950 helps a member to buy 1 can of palm oil, some cauliflower, carrots, and peanut butter. Read more
A loan of $3,425 helps a member to buy eight sacks of cabbages, 120kg of peppers, eight sacks of carrots, 120kg of dried fish, and various products. Read more
A loan of $5,450 helps a member to buy Fanta and Vitalo. Read more
A loan of $3,425 helps a member to purchase 1 bag of corn flower and 1 bag of manioc flour, which reinforces her capital. Read more
Zawadi Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $4,725 helps a member to buy oil, fish fry, [certain cuts of meat], groundnuts, and seasoning. Read more
Neema Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $4,600 helps a member to stock up with 150 smoked fish. Read more
A loan of $6,475 helps a member to buy more Beans. Read more
Melvin Jeovanni
El Salvador
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy carao and tamarind to process them and create syrup to later sell. Read more
Limbania
Panama
A loan of $1,500 helps to distribute food in her indigenous community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more
Chakriya
Cambodia
A loan of $2,000 helps to invest in a new catering business in her community. Read more
Kholod
Palestine
A loan of $2,000 helps to buy ingredients, kitchen tools, and machines needed for her work. Read more
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