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These borrowers are fueling their communities with food (and love) at markets, small grocery stores and restaurants.

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Guillermo
Honduras
A loan of $625 helps to purchase products such as churros, eggs, oatmeal, soft drinks, condiments, toilet paper, etc. Read more
Martha Lizeth
Nicaragua
A loan of $1,500 helps to buy sweets, soda, bread, toothpaste, personal grooming products, basic grains, juices, sausages and canned goods. Read more
Edcil
Philippines
A loan of $425 helps to purchase additional box of fish to sell. Read more
Nol
Cambodia
A loan of $1,000 helps to purchase a variety of grocery items to sell at her store. Read more
Mario Jose
Nicaragua
A loan of $1,000 helps to buy cooking oil, rice, beans, sugar, oatmeal, coffee, medicine, canned food, toothpaste, snacks, and soda. Read more
Natividad
Philippines
A loan of $200 helps to buy fruits and vegetables to sell in her food stall. Read more
Rolena
Philippines
A loan of $375 helps to buy fishing materials, fishing nets, tackle and gasoline for her boat. Read more
Jocelyn
Philippines
A loan of $475 helps to buy gasoline, net and other fishing supplies. Read more
Zenaida
Philippines
A loan of $350 helps to purchase additional boxes of fish to sell. Read more
Dioscora
Philippines
A loan of $750 helps to buy ingredients such as meat, fish, pork, spices, rice, vegetables and other ingredients needed for her food production business. Read more
A loan of $1,150 helps to buy new nets and fishing equipment. Read more
Maria
Fiji
A loan of $900 helps to set-up a canteen. Read more
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