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Food

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

Cacilda
Timor-Leste
A loan of $500 helps to buy more local vegetables to resell at her own food store. Read more
A loan of $1,500 helps to purchase dry grains. Read more
A loan of $1,925 helps a member to buy merchandise to sell (avocados, bananas, peanuts, guavas, etc.). Read more
A loan of $825 helps to increase her working capital and to buy supplies such as vegetables in bulk and wholesale fruit. Read more
Rosalba
Colombia
A loan of $850 helps to buy materials like beef, chicken, pork, flour, cheese, and vegetables. Read more
Francisco
Colombia
A loan of $650 helps to buy flour, sacks of rice, oil, drinks, beans, tubers, etc. Read more
A loan of $600 helps to invest in the purchase of ingredients such as meat, fish, fruit, vegetables, disposable supplies, etc. Read more
Niveen
Palestine
A loan of $4,000 helps to buy an oven, electric mixer, and materials needed for her work. Read more
A loan of $3,875 helps a member will use her loan to buy more maize and beans to sell in her community. Read more
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy fish, shrimp, cassava, plantain chips, limes, and disposable containers and spoons, etc. for her business. Read more
A loan of $1,900 helps a member will use her loan to buy more beans. Read more
A loan of $4,500 helps a member ana needs to buy an ice crusher for her slushies. Read more
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