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Food

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

Swaibu
Uganda
A loan of $825 helps to buy more stock of aggro-produce like rice and corn to sell to raise revenue that will educate his children. Read more
Zulfiya
Tajikistan
A loan of $1,050 helps to buy dried fruits and start a new business in order to improve her living conditions. Read more
Ahmed
Jordan
A loan of $2,825 helps to introduce new sweets to his bakery to give his community something new to taste. Read more
Gilbert
Kenya
A loan of $300 helps to help buy more tea leaves for selling. Read more
Esther
Kenya
A loan of $750 helps to purchase stock such as sugar, rice and maize to sell. Read more
Aliyi
Uganda
A loan of $1,000 helps to stock produce (maize) for selling to raise revenue that he will use to provide for his family. Read more
Phanice
Kenya
A loan of $350 helps to buy cereal grains such as corn and beans to sell at the market. Read more
Emily
Kenya
A loan of $300 helps to help buy more tea for selling. Read more
Miriam Antonia
El Salvador
A loan of $550 helps purchase meat, corn, soft farmer's cheese, disposable utensils, sugar, etc. to stock the inventory of her pupusa and soft drink business. Read more
María Verónica
El Salvador
A loan of $600 helps to buy food for her business selling traditional dishes. Read more
Sonia Mirna
El Salvador
A loan of $600 helps to buy rice, meat, vegetables, cooking oil, and other necessary supplies in order to sell food. Read more
Ruth Yessenia
El Salvador
A loan of $600 helps to buy a stove, corn, chicken, oil, condiments, etc., to make and sell tamales. Read more
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