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Food

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

Jose David
Colombia
A loan of $1,375 helps to invest in the purchase of sauces, potatoes, yucca, fruits, bags of flour, and fixed assets for bakery production. Read more
Amistad Group
Guatemala
A loan of $3,300 helps a member to buy corn, spices, kitchen utensils and firewood. Read more
Aguiratou
Burkina Faso
A loan of $1,825 helps to buy rice, corn, beans, and condiments for her restaurant business. Read more
Zoenabo
Burkina Faso
A loan of $675 helps to buy five sacks of rice, two sacks of corn, five sacks of beans, some condiments and to make savings to pay for her children's school fees. Read more
Ady Luz
Colombia
A loan of $1,375 helps to increase working capital and reopen her business making door-to-door sales, and to buy supplies such as chicken, cold cuts, oil, breads and more. Read more
June Marie
Philippines
A loan of $475 helps to buy ingredients for her food production business. Read more
Lucia
Philippines
A loan of $375 helps to buy a variety of fish to sell and other supplies needed in her business. Read more
Judith
Philippines
A loan of $325 helps to buy more processed foods to sell and other supplies needed in her business. Read more
Julieta
Philippines
A loan of $525 helps to buy additional sacks of rice and corn to sell. Read more
Araceli
Philippines
A loan of $375 helps to buy additional fish to sell. Read more
Novely
Philippines
A loan of $425 helps to buy additional sacks of rice to sell. Read more
Mariafe
Philippines
A loan of $300 helps to buy additional fish to sell. Read more
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