A portion of Comuzone Iv Group's $5,525 loan helps a member to buy rice, sugar, milk and crackers.Read their story »
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328 loansVulnerable GroupsEmpower marginalized people like widows, refugees and others.
- Peru | Food | Grocery StoreFunding via Asociación Arariwa75% funded
- El Salvador | Health | Medical Clinic
A loan of $800 helps Esmeralda Marisabel to buy more clinical equipment for the laboratory and to be able to do medical exams.Read their story »Funding via CrediCampo75% funded
- Lebanon | Food | Fishing
A loan of $2,000 helps Jamal to buy fishing tools, which match with the international fishing standards. to develop his business.Read their story »Funding via Al Majmoua Lebanese Association for Development95% fundedOnly 2 days left!$100 to go
- Peru | Food | Grocery Store
A portion of Villa Quiquijana Group's $5,825 loan helps a member to buy rice, sugar, milk, and cookies.Read their story »Funding via Asociación Arariwa77% funded
- Uganda | Agriculture | Cattle
A loan of $925 helps Penninah to buy cattle to fatten and sell.Read their story »Funding via UGAFODE Microfinance Limited43% funded
- Peru | Food | Bakery
A loan of $1,200 helps Jannier to invest in the purchase of supplies such as flour and sugar, as well as in fixing his oven.Read their story »Funding via Edpyme Alternativa91% funded
- Solomon Islands | Clothing | Used Clothing
A loan of $1,250 helps May to buy a mixed bale of second-hand clothes, Village Mix (second-hand clothes) and also raw materials such as timber, mess wire, and sago pal...Read their story »Funding via South Pacific Business Development Microfinance (Solomon Islands)66% funded
- Uganda | Manufacturing | Furniture Making
A loan of $625 helps Bosco to buy timber and hire labour.Read their story »Funding via UGAFODE Microfinance Limited36% funded
- Ecuador | Food | Fish Selling
A loan of $1,425 helps Edilma Leonor to buy fishing equipment and fish.Read their story »Funding via Fundación ESPOIR47% funded
- Kyrgyzstan | Agriculture | Livestock
A loan of $750 helps Baktygul to buy additional livestock in order to increase her herd.Read their story »Funding via Bai Tushum Bank CJSC6% funded
- Cameroon | Retail | Retail
A loan of $525 helps Allison Joyce Estelle to buy hats, handbags and wedding accessories for resale.Read their story »Funding via ACEP Cameroun23% funded
- India | Arts | Weaving
A portion of Bembem And Group's $1,125 loan helps a member to expand her weaving business to sell mekhalas, sarees, towels, etc.Read their story »Funding via Milaap20% funded
- Panama | Food | Restaurant
A loan of $2,100 helps Jaqueline Dagmar to make improvements to her restaurant.Read their story »Funding via EDESA50% funded
- Philippines | Food | Fishing
A loan of $450 helps Marilyn to repair their fishing boat and buy fishing nets.Read their story »Funding via Community Economic Ventures, Inc. (CEVI), a partner of VisionFund International44% funded
- Bolivia | Retail | Music Discs & Tapes
A portion of La Primavera Iii Group's $3,000 loan helps a member to buy CDs wholesale.Read their story »Funding via Fundación Pro Mujer31% funded
- Madagascar | Retail | Hardware
A loan of $800 helps Marie Ernestine to buy hardware products to sell.Read their story »Funding via Crédit Epargne Formation (CEFOR)71% funded
- Zimbabwe | Retail | Hardware
A portion of Professional Ladies Group's $1,350 loan helps a member to buy plumbing supplies, doors frames and doors, taps and cement so that her new shop can be filled ...Read their story »Funding via Thrive Microfinance ltd62% funded
- Peru | Food | Restaurant
A portion of Las Chambitas Group's $6,200 loan helps a member to buy cooking supplies such as rice, vegetables, and chicken.Read their story »Funding via Asociación Arariwa1% funded
- Kyrgyzstan | Green| Agriculture | Farming
A loan of $450 helps Mukhabat to purchase fertilizer for growing organic produce.Read their story »Funding via Bai Tushum Bank CJSC16% funded
- Philippines | Education | Primary/secondary school costs
A loan of $325 helps Cresilda to pay the school tuition fees for her child.Read their story »Funding via Gata Daku Multi-purpose Cooperative (GDMPC)15% funded