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  • Jean Bosco

    Jean Bosco

    Rwanda | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A loan of $42,325 helps Jean Bosco to grow his factory to 100% capacity and serve as a bridge loan for larger investments.

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    Funding via African Entrepreneur Collective (AEC)
    45% funded
    $22,925 to go
  • Abanyamurava Sub Group

    Abanyamurava Sub Group

    Rwanda | Retail | Retail

    A portion of Abanyamurava Sub Group's $5,625 loan helps a member to buy more cooking oil, Colgate and books to sell.

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    Funding via Urwego Opportunity Bank, a partner of Opportunity International and HOPE International
    37% funded
    $3,525 to go
  • Humuramubyeyi Cb Group

    Humuramubyeyi Cb Group

    Rwanda | Clothing | Clothing Sales

    A portion of Humuramubyeyi Cb Group's $3,700 loan helps a member to buy more clothes to sell.

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    Funding via Urwego Opportunity Bank, a partner of Opportunity International and HOPE International
    27% funded
    $2,700 to go
  • Duhozanye Cb Group

    Duhozanye Cb Group

    Rwanda | Food | Fish Selling

    A portion of Duhozanye Cb Group's $5,075 loan helps a member to buy more fish to sell.

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    Funding via Urwego Opportunity Bank, a partner of Opportunity International and HOPE International
    20% funded
    $4,025 to go
  • Dusananirane Cb Group

    Dusananirane Cb Group

    Rwanda | Retail | General Store

    A portion of Dusananirane Cb Group's $4,725 loan helps a member to buy more soap, sugar, salt, lotion and juice to sell.

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    Funding via Urwego Opportunity Bank, a partner of Opportunity International and HOPE International
    9% funded
    $4,275 to go
  • Ishimwe Group

    Ishimwe Group

    Rwanda | Retail | Retail

    A portion of Ishimwe Group's $3,750 loan helps a member to buy more salt, shoe polish, and spoons to sell.

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    Funding via Urwego Opportunity Bank, a partner of Opportunity International and HOPE International
    10% funded
    $3,375 to go
  • Yienta Group

    Yienta Group

    Mali | Agriculture | Cattle

    A portion of Yienta Group's $2,600 loan helps a member to breed and fatten livestock for sale.

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    Funding via Réseau de Micro-institutions de Croissance de Revenus (RMCR)
    27% funded
    $1,875 to go
  • Emanuel Group

    Emanuel Group

    Mexico | Retail | Decorations Sales

    A portion of Emanuel Group's $3,550 loan helps a member to buy flowers, fake fruit, leaves, wire, and rocks.

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    Funding via VisionFund Mexico
    47% funded
    $1,875 to go
  • Nueva Ilusión Group

    Nueva Ilusión Group

    Mexico | Food | Grocery Store

    A portion of Nueva Ilusión Group's $3,050 loan helps a member to buy milk, bread, eggs, juices, soft drinks, etc.

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    Funding via VisionFund Mexico
    75% funded
    $750 to go
  • Yabi Wangi Group

    Yabi Wangi Group

    Uganda | Retail | Charcoal Sales

    A portion of Yabi Wangi Group's $1,150 loan helps a member to buy charcoal to sell.

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    Funding via UGAFODE Microfinance Limited
    8% funded
    $1,050 to go
  • Jazminez Group

    Jazminez Group

    Mexico | Food | Food

    A portion of Jazminez Group's $3,325 loan helps a member to buy meat, tripe, oil, vegetables, tortillas and soft drinks.

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    Funding via VisionFund Mexico
    29% funded
    $2,350 to go
  • Djiguisèmè Group

    Djiguisèmè Group

    Mali | Agriculture | Cattle

    A portion of Djiguisèmè Group's $3,550 loan helps a member to raise cows to sell.

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    Funding via Réseau de Micro-institutions de Croissance de Revenus (RMCR)
    7% funded
    $3,275 to go
  • Parissin Group

    Parissin Group

    Mali | Agriculture | Agriculture

    A portion of Parissin Group's $2,900 loan helps a member to fatten cows for sale.

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    Funding via Réseau de Micro-institutions de Croissance de Revenus (RMCR)
    35% funded
    $1,875 to go
  • Cesiri N°3 Group

    Cesiri N°3 Group

    Mali | Agriculture | Livestock

    A portion of Cesiri N°3 Group's $4,025 loan helps a member to fatten sheep for resale.

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    Funding via Réseau de Micro-institutions de Croissance de Revenus (RMCR)
    37% funded
    $2,500 to go
  • Sabugnuman Group

    Sabugnuman Group

    Mali | Agriculture | Livestock

    A portion of Sabugnuman Group's $2,475 loan helps a member to raise rams for resale.

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    Funding via Réseau de Micro-institutions de Croissance de Revenus (RMCR)
    31% funded
    $1,700 to go
  • Danaya Group

    Danaya Group

    Mali | Agriculture | Livestock

    A portion of Danaya Group's $625 loan helps a member to raise cattle for resale.

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    Funding via Réseau de Micro-institutions de Croissance de Revenus (RMCR)
    48% funded
    $325 to go
  • Los Carambolos Group

    Los Carambolos Group

    Mexico | Food | Bakery

    A portion of Los Carambolos Group's $5,975 loan helps a member to buy flour, eggs, butter, yeast, sesame seeds, sugar, baking trays, paper bags and gas.

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    Funding via VisionFund Mexico
    20% funded
    $4,750 to go
  • Los Lobos Group

    Los Lobos Group

    Mexico | Agriculture | Livestock

    A portion of Los Lobos Group's $3,325 loan helps a member to purchase sheep, vitamins and deworming medication.

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    Funding via VisionFund Mexico
    28% funded
    $2,375 to go
  • Duteraninkunga Group

    Duteraninkunga Group

    Rwanda | Food | Liquor Store / Off-License

    A portion of Duteraninkunga Group's $1,750 loan helps a member to expand her business by purchasing larger quantities of sorghum to make local drinks to sell.

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    Funding via Vision Finance Company s.a. (VFC), a partner of World Vision International
    12% funded
    $1,525 to go