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Underbanked areas

The further a borrower lives from an economic center the harder it is for them to get credit. Help them access loans that actually work well for their businesses.

Mele
Tonga
A loan of $2,450 helps to purchase more stock for her retail store, which she even plans on expanding. Read more
Ana
Timor-Leste
A loan of $1,000 helps to grow her kiosk business and support her family's everyday income. Read more
Francisco
Costa Rica
A loan of $825 helps to buy supplies to provide assistance to his bean crop. Read more
Mariela
Costa Rica
A loan of $825 helps to purchase merchandise for clothing sales. Read more
Alonso
Costa Rica
A loan of $1,650 helps to buy inputs for supporting his cultivation of mamón chino trees. Read more
A loan of $1,500 helps to purchase free-range chickens, feed, vitamins, Morochillo (a corn-based chicken feed), wheat and other supplies. Read more
Antonia
Timor-Leste
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy slippers, noodles, cigarettes, sugar, coffee, salt, milk, eggs, and fish. Read more
Saturnina
Timor-Leste
A loan of $1,300 helps to buy noodles, milk, cigarettes, sugar, coffee, fish, biscuits, water, Fanta, Coca-Cola, Sagiko, beer, and body lotion. Read more
Gilberto
Timor-Leste
A loan of $500 helps to buy Fanta, Coca Cola, sagiko, beer, water, biscuits, noodles and body loosen. Read more
Martha
Solomon Islands
A loan of $1,400 helps to buy additional mixed goods for her general store. Read more
Fiona
Solomon Islands
A loan of $775 helps to buy for additional fresh fish for her marketing business. Read more
Susan
Solomon Islands
A loan of $1,025 helps to buy additional bags of rice, cooking oil, mushroom soy source, and popcorn for her business. Read more
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