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Food

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

Judith
Uganda
A loan of $125 helps to buy yellow bananas and tomatoes. Read more
Nisreen
Palestine
A loan of $3,000 helps to buy grocery goods and products for the store. Read more
A loan of $3,850 helps a member to buy more sorghum and beans to add to her business to meet customer demand. Read more
Hanya
Israel
A loan of $2,875 helps to pay for remodeling an outside area for sales, to buy a new ‎baking oven, baking supplies, materials and containers.‎. Read more
A loan of $7,950 helps a member to buy more meat to add to her business to meet customer demand. Read more
A loan of $525 helps to buy 8 boxes of spaghetti, 4 bags of rice, 1 bag of soybeans, 3 boxes of tomatoes and 1 can of oil. Read more
A loan of $3,075 helps a member to buy raw materials for the meals, rice, beans, salt and oil. Read more
A loan of $1,175 helps to buy cereals like beans and maize to sell in her village market, and as a mom, use the profits to support her children. Read more
Anna
Cameroon
A loan of $675 helps to pay for basics necessities (rice, salt, flour, ....) and other foodstuff for her grocery store. Read more
Ligaya
Philippines
A loan of $400 helps to buy ingredients like onion, garlic, ginger, chicken meat, meat, beef and vegetables. Read more
Norma
Philippines
A loan of $1,400 helps to buy canned goods, sugar, coffee, milk, beverages, and snack foods. Read more
Merveille
Cameroon
A loan of $350 helps to buy bags of rice, boxes of biscuits, milk, soap and oil. Read more
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