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Food

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

Nary
Cambodia
A loan of $1,000 helps to purchase more groceries and other beverages to sell in her store. Read more
Victoria
Uganda
A loan of $175 helps to buy cooking oil, wheat and flour. Read more
A loan of $1,625 helps a member to buy more onions to sell to her community. Read more
A loan of $1,975 helps a member to purchase a large quantity of bananas in order to make local drinks for sale. Read more
A loan of $3,725 helps a member to buy flour, eggs, butter, candy and other ingredients. Read more
Aisha
Jordan
A loan of $2,125 helps to supply her grocery store to offer her customers a better experience to make an income for her family. Read more
A loan of $875 helps to buy sodas, beer, potatoes, rice, unrefined sugar cane, and snacks so that she can meet increasing demand. Read more
A loan of $875 helps to buy 20 beer boxes and sodas to sell in November and December, which are great months for her business. Read more
Sandra
Nicaragua
A loan of $775 helps to purchase basic ingredients (oil, condiments, vegetables, meat, etc.), to improve the premises and to purchase a dining set. Read more
A loan of $5,150 helps a member to buy meat, condiments, vegetables and other ingredients. Read more
Alpha Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $6,725 helps a member to buy rolls of fishing nets to strengthen her starting capital. Read more
A loan of $6,475 helps a member to purchase items such as vegetables, baked goods, meat and dairy products. Read more
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