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Retail businesses

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

Beesan
Jordan
A loan of $1,425 helps to buy school needs for the midterms to prepare her community of students for the coming months to make an honest income and guarantee her future. Read more
A loan of $6,100 helps a member to purchase wool in bulk. Read more
Marleny
Colombia
A loan of $450 helps to buy more grains and groceries to stock up and to buy a television to distract her clients. Read more
A loan of $450 helps to buy a showcase and more products to push forward her store and her sales. Read more
A loan of $600 helps to buy cleaning products, self-care products, grains and other groceries to stock up and to sell more. Read more
A loan of $2,625 helps a member to buy perfume and incense. Read more
A loan of $2,050 helps a member to buy some baobab fruit, sugar and hibiscus flowers. Read more
Ruth
Philippines
A loan of $150 helps to buy additional stock for her store, including soft drinks, toiletries, noodles, canned goods, food seasonings, candies, drinks, snack foods, and other basic commodities. Read more
A loan of $425 helps to buy four bales of handbags. Read more
Lolo Pade Group
Burkina Faso
A loan of $1,525 helps a member to buy perfumes and pagnes [traditional fabric] to sell. Read more
Hiam
Jordan
A loan of $2,550 helps to buy blankets to sell during the winter when people are looking for them. Read more
A loan of $600 helps to buy liquor during high season. Read more
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