A portion of Suy's Group's $125 loan helps a member to buy a water filter to provide safe drinking water for the family.Read their story »
45 loansConflict ZonesHelp jumpstart economies recovering from turmoil.
246 loansVulnerable GroupsEmpower marginalized people like widows, refugees and others.
312 loansUnderbanked AreasBring loans to people where financial options are especially scarce.
614 loansRural CommunitiesReach borrowers in very remote regions of the world.
23 loansGreenProtect the planet and promote sustainable lifestyles.
103 loansStart-upsGive a boost to entrepreneurs starting brand new businesses.
83 loansYouthGive young entrepreneurs the tools they need to realize their dreams.
- Cambodia | Personal Use | Home AppliancesFunding via iDE Cambodia40% funded
- Cambodia | Personal Use | Home Appliances
A portion of Chenda's Group's $250 loan helps a member to buy a water filter to provide safe drinking water for the family.Read their story »Funding via iDE Cambodia20% funded
- Vietnam | Housing | Personal Housing Expenses
A loan of $675 helps Lan to buy sand, cement, brick and equipment to build a new toilet.Read their story »Funding via Thanh Hoa Microfinance Institution Limited Liability14% funded
- Indonesia | Housing | Personal Housing Expenses
A loan of $1,050 helps Mudawaroh. B to build sanitation and water sources at home, in order to improve access to sanitation and clean water for their family.Read their story »Funding via KSPPS Benteng Mikro Indonesia2% funded
- Ghana | Construction | Construction
A loan of $2,100 helps Tahiru to put up a biological filtration toilet facility for his family.Read their story »Funding via Ghana Women Fund Ltd13% funded
- Nicaragua | Education | Higher education costs
A loan of $1,350 helps Maximo Abraham to cover the cost of processing his civil engineering degree.Read their story »Funding via MiCredito77% funded
- Pakistan | Education | Education provider
A loan of $975 helps Abdul Satar to purchase furniture.Read their story »Funding via Kashf Foundation43% funded
- El Salvador | Food | Food Production/Sales
A loan of $900 helps Norma Estela to buy firewood and corn by wholesale.Read their story »Funding via PADECOMSM66% funded
- Colombia | Services | Motorcycle Repair
A loan of $500 helps José Francisco to purchase motorcycle parts for his repair shop, specifically batteries for different types of motorcycles and wattages.Read their story »Funding via Fundación Mario Santo Domingo (FMSD)50% funded
- Bolivia | Services | Auto Repair
A loan of $1,475 helps Enrique Kevin to replace his tools for paint and bodywork so as to be able to work continuously.Read their story »Funding via Emprender6% funded
- Cambodia | Housing | Personal Housing Expenses
A portion of Khoeurn Group's $975 loan helps a member to buy lumber to renovate her house.Read their story »Funding via KREDIT Microfinance Institution Plc.48% funded
- El Salvador | Retail | General Store
A loan of $1,000 helps Ángela Del Carmen to buy staple grains, bread, eggs, oil, drinks, sweets, condiments, canned goods, detergent, and more to start a store.Read their story »Funding via CrediCampo12% funded
- Nigeria | Agriculture | Farming
A loan of $275 helps Umar to purchase improved farm inputs that will increase farm yield.Read their story »Funding via Babban Gona Farmers Organization27% funded
- Ecuador | Retail | Paper Sales
A loan of $1,375 helps Liborio Francisco to purchase school supplies for the "return to school" season. That way he will continue growing his business, which is his h...Read their story »Funding via Fundacion Alternativa16% funded
- Colombia | Services | Sewing
A loan of $1,675 helps Marina to buy supplies: fabric, foam, appliqués, interfacing, sequins, elastic, and others.Read their story »Funding via Fundación Mario Santo Domingo (FMSD)5% funded
- Ecuador | Agriculture | Pigs
A loan of $1,150 helps Marcelo Eduardo to start his business of raising pigs, in this way to be able to give his children a better future.Read their story »Funding via Fundacion Alternativa19% funded
- El Salvador | Clothing | Clothing Sales
A loan of $500 helps Yolanda Esperanza purchase more clothing of all types to continue selling.Read their story »Funding via CrediCampo15% funded
- Tanzania | Food | Food Stall
A portion of Mivinjeni Tazara Group's $1,300 loan helps a member to restock her food stall with more cooking items, ingredients and cartons of cold drinks.Read their story »Funding via Tujijenge Tanzania Ltd25% funded
- El Salvador | Services | Internet Cafe
A loan of $1,500 helps Juan Ramón to buy stationery, chairs, tables, and ink, and to repair his computers.Read their story »Funding via CrediCampo20% funded
- Honduras | Agriculture | Agriculture
A loan of $450 helps Hector Manuel to buy fertilisers and pay for the maintenance of his coffee plantation.Read their story »Funding via Organizacion de Desarrollo Empresarial Femenino (ODEF)33% funded