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

Jovia
Kenya
A loan of $600 helps to buy cereal grains (beans and maize) to sell in her village market, and as a mom, use the profits to support her children. Read more
Ednah
Kenya
A loan of $300 helps to buy cereals to resell in her local market and make more profits to elevate her living standards. Read more
Hakimjon
Tajikistan
A loan of $625 helps to buy food products in order to open his own store. Read more
Satik
Armenia
A loan of $675 helps to stock up with a new supply of products, thereby meeting the demand and getting a chance to increase their income. Read more
Sadik
Kosovo
A loan of $1,125 helps to purchase new inventory for his fast food restaurant and new equipment so he can have more clients and increase his income. Read more
Satik
Armenia
A loan of $1,050 helps to stock up with a new supply of vegetables and fruits, thereby meet the demand and increase their income so that they change their living conditions. Read more
David Jose
Colombia
A loan of $775 helps to invest in the purchase of beer, bottled juices and sodas. Read more
A loan of $325 helps to buy an assortment of food goods and groceries like grains and meat. Read more
A loan of $525 helps to buy various wholesale meats, seasonings, and corn. Read more
A loan of $475 helps to purchase primary materials for producing dairy products and meats to sell. Read more
A loan of $475 helps to invest in the purchase of ingredients such as meat, chicken, fish, groceries, and disposables. Read more
Elkin Dario
Colombia
A loan of $925 helps to buy packaging, chili pepper, base, starch, rice cream, citrus, vinegar, caramel, salt bales, stabilizer, labels, boxes, oregano, thyme, etc. Read more
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