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Loans for retail businesses

Many entrepreneurs take their first steps as business owners by starting a small shop. Your support can help them grow their dreams.

Esther
Liberia
A loan of $375 helps to purchase more charcoal and ingredients that will be used to prepare cooked food to sell. Read more
Serah
Kenya
A loan of $200 helps to buy more rice and sugar to sell. Read more
Paulina
Uganda
A loan of $700 helps to purchase merchandise for her retail shop to increase sales. Read more
Tenneh
Liberia
A loan of $375 helps to purchase more rice, oil, water, charcoal, pepper, salt and other items to sell. Read more
Annie
Liberia
A loan of $375 helps to buy more cream and spray and other to sell. Read more
Mary
Ghana
A loan of $1,225 helps to buy stock of textiles to sell. Read more
Dinora Elizabeth
El Salvador
A loan of $500 helps to buy rice, corn, beans, sugar, cold cuts, etc., to sell in her store. Read more
Rosa Maura
El Salvador
A loan of $1,200 helps to buy eggs, grain, detergent, beverages, sweets, and other products to sell in her store. Read more
Delmy Carolina
El Salvador
A loan of $1,200 helps to buy a fridge and 2 shelves that she will use in her basic food product store. Read more
Yuly Máryori
El Salvador
A loan of $600 helps to buy sodas, cookies, rice, sugar, beans, etc. to stock her store. Read more
Nagilda
Philippines
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy assorted supplies like soft drinks, noodles, edible oil and canned goods. Read more
Cherryl
Philippines
A loan of $400 helps to buy stock such as soft drinks, toiletries, noodles, canned goods, food seasonings, candies, snack food, and other basic commodities. Read more
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