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  • Felicitas

    Felicitas

    Honduras | Food | Food Production/Sales

    A loan of $1,125 helps Felicitas to buy ingredients such as meat, vegetables, condiments, rice, beans and more for making food to sell.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    15% funded
    $950 to go
  • Elaida Justina

    Elaida Justina

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $900 helps Elaida Justina to buy more products such as candy, staple grains, beverages, sugar, bread, eggs, dairy products, meats, vegetables, cleaning suppl...

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    69% funded
    $275 to go
  • Hilaria

    Hilaria

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $675 helps Hilaria to purchase more products such as basic grains, meats, dairy products, soft drinks, sweets and other groceries to stock up.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    51% funded
    $325 to go
  • Maria Gladis

    Maria Gladis

    Honduras | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $1,075 helps Maria Gladis to buy fertilizers and pay for the clean up of her coffee crop.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    53% funded
    $500 to go
  • Cafetal Vista Buena Group

    Cafetal Vista Buena Group

    Honduras | Agriculture | Farming

    A portion of Cafetal Vista Buena Group's $1,175 loan helps a member to buy supplies and fertilizers for the maintenance of his coffee farm.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    8% funded
    $1,075 to go
  • Maria De La Cruz

    Maria De La Cruz

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $1,125 helps Maria De La Cruz to pay laborers and to buy the supplies she needs to carry on her coffee business.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    28% funded
    $800 to go
  • Santos

    Santos

    Honduras | Retail | General Store

    A loan of $3,300 helps Santos to buy a solar-power freezer, which will be very useful for selling dairy products and earning a higher income for his business.

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    Funding via Soluz Honduras, S.A de C.V.
    1% funded
    $3,250 to go
  • Elin Samuel

    Elin Samuel

    Honduras | Agriculture | Farm Supplies

    A loan of $1,350 helps Elin Samuel to buy fertilizers and seed for his farm.

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    29% funded
    $950 to go
  • Fausto

    Fausto

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $1,125 helps Fausto purchase insecticides and seeds.

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    20% funded
    $900 to go
  • La Bendicion $ Group

    La Bendicion $ Group

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A portion of La Bendicion $ Group's $2,100 loan helps a member to buy supplies and fertilizers and to prepare this land to grow rice.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    15% funded
    $1,775 to go
  • Jose Salvador

    Jose Salvador

    Honduras | Agriculture | Farming

    A loan of $675 helps Jose Salvador to purchase supplies such as manure, fertilizers and pay for weeding to maintain his corn and coffee crops.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    29% funded
    $475 to go
  • Carlos

    Carlos

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $550 helps Carlos to buy supplies and fertilizer to maintain his coffee farm.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    50% funded
    $275 to go
  • Rosa Emilia

    Rosa Emilia

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $1,125 helps Rosa Emilia to buy staple grains, sugar, lard, flour, cheese, chicken, milk, eggs, drinks and snacks.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    20% funded
    $900 to go
  • Patricia Yolanda

    Patricia Yolanda

    Honduras | Clothing | Used Clothing

    A loan of $225 helps Patricia Yolanda to buy new clothing to stock her business and to sell.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    22% funded
    $175 to go
  • Nelson

    Nelson

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $550 helps Nelson to buy fertilizers and inputs to improve his farm.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    9% funded
    $500 to go
  • Sayda Marilu

    Sayda Marilu

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $450 helps Sayda Marilu purchase basic grains, bread, beverages, eggs, sugar, lard and toiletries.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    22% funded
    $350 to go
  • Genaro

    Genaro

    Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $550 helps Genaro purchase supplies and fertilizers for his coffee plantation.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    9% funded
    $500 to go
  • Doris Yamileth

    Doris Yamileth

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $850 helps Doris Yamileth to buy basic grains, sugar, eggs, soft drinks, snacks and other items to stock her store, and also to pay a private debt.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    26% funded
    $625 to go
  • Rony Samuel

    Rony Samuel

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $550 helps Rony Samuel to buy rice, beans, sugar, beverages, eggs, sardines, plastic bags, churros, bread, etc. for his business.

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    Funding via Prisma Honduras, S.A.
    4% funded
    $525 to go
  • Delmy Rosario

    Delmy Rosario

    Honduras | Food | Grocery Store

    A loan of $675 helps Delmy Rosario to buy products like rice, dairy products, eggs, meat, bread, shortening, cleaning products, and other to sell.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    11% funded
    $600 to go