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Agriculture loans

Farmers face many challenges like unpredictable weather and market prices, and are often forced to choose between investing in their crops and fulfilling basic needs for their families. Your support keeps their crops growing and their livelihoods stable.

Sasaai
Samoa
A loan of $1,475 helps to buy taro roots, banana tubes, a water tank, shovel, rake, wheelbarrow, safety boots, hand gloves, chemicals, and pick-up. Read more
Nancy
Kenya
A loan of $550 helps a single woman with a good credit standing to buy farm inputs to improve her productivity and increase her profits. Read more
Valbona
Albania
A loan of $1,000 helps to pay for seeds and needed fertilizer for the next planting season, so this rural woman will be able to keep providing for her family. Read more
Nuraiym
Kyrgyzstan
A loan of $2,125 helps to buy seeds, fertilizers for her greenhouse to grow organic produce. Read more
A loan of $4,125 helps a member to buy animals to resell to support their family. Read more
A loan of $1,325 helps to plow their plantation and also buy chemicals and fertilizers. Read more
A loan of $4,700 helps a member to buy poultry feed for her hens and chicks. Read more
A loan of $900 helps a member to buy cost efficient maize seeds and fertilizer for the coming harvesting season. Read more
A loan of $275 helps to increase her stock of animal feed for business growth. Read more
Amanda
Ecuador
A loan of $500 helps to purchase a cow. Read more
Lonah
Kenya
A loan of $200 helps to purchase farming inputs, such as high-nutrient fertilizers and certified seeds for her corn farm. Read more
Susan
Kenya
A loan of $200 helps to buy farm inputs, such as seeds and high-nutrient fertilizers, to improve production and use the additional profit to pay the school fees of her children. Read more
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