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

Rushama
Rwanda
A loan of $325 helps to introduce new products and increase the number of customers. Read more
A loan of $3,250 helps a member to buy “laurel” and ingredients for delicious slushies. Read more
Komi
Togo
A loan of $500 helps to buy 10 boxes of frozen fish and 10 boxes of frozen meat. Read more
Uaina
Samoa
A loan of $475 helps to buy sandwiches, pies, donuts, snacks, coffee, a large boiler, and soft drinks for her canteen. Read more
A loan of $1,325 helps to buy cordials, sugar, a large cooler, a new chest freezer, chinese candy and foam cups. Read more
Paese
Samoa
A loan of $475 helps to buy sandwiches, pies, donuts, snacks, coffee, a large boiler and soft drinks. Read more
Elenoa
Samoa
A loan of $675 helps to buy sandwiches, pies, donuts, snacks, coffee, a large boiler and soft drinks. Read more
Reina Isabel
El Salvador
A loan of $400 helps to buy basic supplies to make tortillas such as corn, firewood, lime, and propane gas in order to care for her customer orders. Read more
Muoy
Cambodia
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy beans, glutinous rice, coconut, and sugar for making dessert for selling. Read more
Eng
Cambodia
A loan of $750 helps to restock her grocery store. Read more
Savoun
Cambodia
A loan of $550 helps to restock his grocery store. Read more
Esther
Uganda
A loan of $250 helps to purchase more tomatoes and potatoes. Read more
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