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  • Irene Joy

    Irene Joy

    Philippines | Retail | Personal Products Sales

    A loan of $650 helps Irene Joy to purchase beauty products to sell to her customers.

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    Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)
    92% funded
    $50 to go
  • Levaai

    Levaai

    Samoa | Food | Food Production/Sales

    A loan of $600 helps Levaai to buy a sack of flour, a sack of sugar, yeast, plastic bags, a wooden spoon, a frying pan, and vegetable oil for her business.

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    Funding via South Pacific Business Development (SPBD)
    62% funded
    $225 to go
  • Evelyn

    Evelyn

    Philippines | Retail | Charcoal Sales

    A loan of $600 helps Evelyn to buy additional stocks of charcoal to resell.

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    Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)
    58% funded
    $250 to go
  • Loida

    Loida

    Philippines | Retail | General Store

    A loan of $650 helps Loida to purchase additional stocks to sell in her store, like canned goods, noodles, spices, milk, coffee, drinks, bread, soap, and other persona...

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    Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)
    65% funded
    $225 to go
  • Luwani Group

    Luwani Group

    Malawi | Food | Fish Selling

    A portion of Luwani Group's $575 loan helps a member to buy more fish.

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    Funding via MicroLoan Foundation (MLF) Malawi
    26% funded
    $425 to go
  • Vicente Hermogenes

    Vicente Hermogenes

    Ecuador | Construction | Construction Supplies

    A loan of $675 helps Vicente Hermogenes to buy wood and bricks, and to fix his vehicle.

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    Funding via Fundación ESPOIR
    55% funded
    $300 to go
  • Juana Isidora

    Juana Isidora

    Ecuador | Retail | Retail

    A loan of $675 helps Juana Isidora to buy pants, shirts, blouses, sheets, curtains, and so on.

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    Funding via Fundación ESPOIR
    62% funded
    $250 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
    16% funded
    $3,125 to go
  • San Jose Obrero Group

    San Jose Obrero Group

    Honduras | Agriculture | Farming

    A portion of San Jose Obrero Group's $750 loan helps a member to buy agricultural supplies and seeds for her crops.

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    Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)
    83% funded
    $125 to go
  • Edda

    Edda

    Philippines | Transportation | Transportation

    A loan of $600 helps Edda to buy spare parts, gasoline and maintenance for her business.

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    Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)
    33% funded
    $400 to go
  • Fatoumata Diarraye's Group

    Fatoumata Diarraye's Group

    Senegal | Agriculture | Poultry

    A portion of Fatoumata Diarraye's Group's $4,700 loan helps a member to buy 100 chicks and seven 50kg bags of poultry feed.

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    Funding via CAURIE Microfinance, a partner of Catholic Relief Services
    6% funded
    $4,400 to go
  • Charlotte

    Charlotte

    Lebanon | Education | Higher education costs

    A loan of $575 helps Charlotte to pay her daughter’s university fees.

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    Funding via Vitas. s.a.l.
    17% funded
    $475 to go
  • Susana

    Susana

    Philippines | Retail | Personal Products Sales

    A loan of $425 helps Susana to buy items for resale, like lotion, perfume, etc.

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    Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)
    23% funded
    $325 to go
  • Edna

    Edna

    Philippines | Agriculture | Pigs

    A loan of $325 helps Edna to buy medicines and vaccines for her pigs.

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    Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)
    15% funded
    $275 to go
  • Lota

    Lota

    Philippines | Retail | General Store

    A loan of $225 helps Lota to buy more stocks of groceries to sell.

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    Funding via Negros Women for Tomorrow Foundation, Inc. (NWTF)
    33% funded
    $150 to go