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Food

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

Shalom Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $1,975 helps a member to buy one bag of corn flour and one bag of cassava, which will strengthen her initial capital. Read more
Baoba Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $2,000 helps a member to acquire wholesale salted fish, which will support her initial capital. Read more
Olga
Bolivia
A loan of $1,450 helps to buy ingredients for her business preparing food, such as meat, potatoes, rice, etc. Read more
Rodah
Kenya
A loan of $850 helps to buy cereals (beans and maize) to sell in her village market and, as a humble mom, use the profits to support her children, who depend on her. Read more
Bridgette
United States
A loan of $8,500 helps me expand my business model and offer additional products to meet a larger market. Read more
A loan of $9,325 helps a member to buy meat, bread-making products, vegetables, condiments, produce and other products. Read more
A loan of $1,975 helps a member to buy 500 kg of flour to bolster her stock. Read more
Jose
Bolivia
A loan of $525 helps to buy ingredients for his business making food, such as meat, potatoes, rice, chicken and vegetables. Read more
Rugwasanye Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $1,975 helps a member to stock up on 2 bags of flour and 2 bags of rice, which will reinforce her initial capital. Read more
Wariti Group
Congo (DRC)
A loan of $1,750 helps a member to purchase oil, juice, cookies, and candy. Read more
A loan of $925 helps a member to buy a table, blender, aluminum pan, thermos, corn flour, oil, beans, cabbage, tomatoes, onions, etc. Read more
A loan of $6,300 helps a member to buy vegetables, meat, baked good, condiments, chicken and other products. Read more
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