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Food

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

A loan of $1,500 helps to buy vegetables, tomatoes, onions, celery, bell peppers, broccoli, plantain and garlic also meat, pork, chicken, noodles, chops, ketchup and Worcester sauce amongst others. Read more
Juana De Jesus
El Salvador
A loan of $600 helps to purchase corn, propane gas, and firewood, with these inputs will supply the inventory of the tortilleria. Read more
Blanca Estela
El Salvador
A loan of $500 helps to buy maize and firewood to continue working in her business of selling tortillas. Read more
A loan of $1,125 helps to buy a sack of flour, box of chicken, yeast, sack of sugar, plastic bags, fry pan, wooden spoon, and containers. Read more
Sheila
Kenya
A loan of $300 helps to buy different types of cereals (corn and beans) to sell to her local customers so she can earn more income and improve her living standard. Read more
Randy
Philippines
A loan of $700 helps to buy coconut, yeast, flour and sugar. Read more
Juanita
Philippines
A loan of $600 helps to buy dried fish and feed. Read more
Mary Jane
Philippines
A loan of $700 helps to buy raw meat and other ingredients to cook food to sell. Read more
Ephely
Kenya
A loan of $400 helps to buy a variety of cereals such as corn, beans, and millet to sell. Read more
Naomi
Kenya
A loan of $500 helps to buy fruits and vegetables for her new grocery shop, which will generate more profits for her family. Read more
Hellen
Kenya
A loan of $400 helps to buy fruits and vegetables for her grocery store so that this witty woman can make more profits for her family. Read more
Manzura
Tajikistan
A loan of $1,250 helps to purchase some food products in order to generate a good turnover and profits. Read more
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