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Seit Q1/2011 vergeben wir an Einzelpersonen und Gruppen in Dritte-Welt Ländern Mikrokredite, um deren Lebensqualität und wirtschaftliche Situation zu verbessern und das (Klein-) Unternehmertum in diesen Regionen zu fördern.

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Eine Übersicht unserer laufenden und bereits abgeschlossenen Projekte:

500 Mikrokredite:

borrower / country sector status loan used for
Msekele Group
Msekele Group
Malawi
Clothing Sales funded requested $ 2.800
to buy a bale of used clothing and another of used shoes.
Chimwemwe is 28 years old. She is married with 1 child. She sells clothes.
Chimwemwe now requires a loan to buy a bale of shoes and another of clothes. She will also pay for transport. She started the business to financially support her husband in providing for their family. Currently 2 of her family members work with her.
Chimwemwe dreams of...
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Florence
Florence
Uganda
General Store funded requested $ 700
to buy more shop items like geese, millet flour, and many other items to sell.
Florence...
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Jesca
Jesca
Uganda
Cattle funded requested $ 1.400
to buy more cows to fatten for resale.
Jesca is a 37-year-old woman with children and she lives in Masindi, Uganda. She keeps cattle as her main economic activity to earn a living, and she has been in this business for the last eight years. She got her cows as gifts from her relatives when she was still young, and she decided to buy more and sell them to earn profits.

The challenge with...
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Kansenene Tweyimukye Group
Kansenene Tweyimukye Group
Uganda
General Store funded requested $ 1.800
to buy salt, sugar, soap, and cooking oil.
Mable, a female resident of Fort Portal, is divorced and has two children who all go to school.

She owns a retail shop that sells general merchandise around town where she has worked for five years. She was inspired to do this business by the need to earn a living and take care of her children to make sure they have a good education. She also has...
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Antoinette
Antoinette
Togo
Retail funded requested $ 525
to buy 90 wallets and 8 dozen hats.
Antoinette is a 44 year old married woman who lives in Adidogomé with one dependent child. Antoinette is a very dynamic and courageous woman who sells wallets and hats...
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Glory Be To God Group
Glory Be To God Group
Ghana
Food Production/Sales funded requested $ 3.650
to buy margarine, sugar, flour, fish, egg, and meat.
Hannah, is at the right side in the picture. She is always exploring ways of improving her business offers and demands for her trade to increase her profitability to earn enough to fend for her family. Hannah's food is highly patronised by people within her community and beyond.

Hannah contributes to her community by training other women in her...
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Justine
Justine
Uganda
General Store funded requested $ 850
to buy sugar, maize flour, beans, biscuits, milk and cooking oil.
Justine is 30 years old and lives in the town of Kajjasi in the Abaita Ababiri region of Uganda. For the past six years, Justine has been working hard to manage her retail shop, which sells essential items like sugar, salt, and other home use items.

To help expand her business, Justine has requested a loan of 3,000,000 Ugandan Shillings from BRAC...
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Keziah
Keziah
Zimbabwe
Beauty Salon funded requested $ 1.500
to buy weaves, braids, blankets, winter wear.
Albert Einstein once said that, ?A ship is always safe at shore but that is not what it?s built for.? This statement proves true when considering the life of Keziah, an ordained minister who has risen beyond her calling to embark on entrepreneurship activities. Keziah is a 42 year old devoted business woman, mother and pastor. She has become an...
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Leonora
Leonora
Philippines
Livestock funded requested $ 350
to buy feed and other supplies for raising her livestock.
Leonora is 45 years old and has five children. She is married and three of her children are still in school.

Leonora is in the agricultural business of raising livestock in the Philippines. She requested a 17,000 PHP loan through NWTF to buy feed and other supplies for raising her livestock. Leonora has been raising livestock for two years now...
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Angelita
Angelita
Philippines
Pigs funded requested $ 425
to buy feed, vitamins and other supplies for her pigs.
Angelita is 48 years old and has three children. Angelita is married and has three children who are in school.

Angelita is in the agriculture business, fattening pigs in the Philippines. Angelita requested a PHP 20,000 loan through NWTF to buy feed, vitamins, and other supplies to raise her pigs.

She successfully repaid her previous loan, and now...
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Santos Gervacio
Santos Gervacio
Honduras
Farming funded requested $ 450
to buy improved seeds, gramoxone, fertilizers, and other supplies for cultivating watermelons.
Sr. Santos is 35 years old and has no dependent children. He has his own house in the community of Pintadillera, which is located in southern Honduras. Santos has been cultivating watermelons, corn, sorghum, and sesame for nine years. His customers include grocery merchants in San Lorenzo and Tegucigalpa, as well as other traders who specialize...
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Mankarga V7 N° 10 Group
Mankarga V7 N° 10 Group
Burkina Faso
Livestock funded requested $ 875
to buy 3 sheep.
Guiagui is the representative of the 'Mankarga V7 No. 10' Group. He is married and father to four children, the eldest is twelve years old and the youngest is one year old. Two of his children attend school and he is responsible for a total of five people.

Guiagui has been farming animals for more than ten years. He buys the livestock from the...
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Mgwirizano Group
Mgwirizano Group
Malawi
Used Clothing funded requested $ 1.200
to buy more clothes.
Flora is 44 years old. She is married with 6 children who rely on her. Her husband works as a security guard.

Flora sells used clothing. She would like to receive a loan to purchase more bundles of used clothing. The proceeds from her larger sales will enable her to pay school fees for her children. She started the business with the aim of educating...
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Tinotenda Group
Tinotenda Group
Zimbabwe
Poultry funded requested $ 1.400
to restock her flea market and buy more chickens together with medicine and feed.
Someone rightly said, "A dream doesn't become reality through magic; it takes sweat, determination, and hard work."

After receiving training and finance at Thrive Microfinance, Zororo was determined to take her business to greater heights. With renewed energy and fresh ideas, she implemented all she was taught, which resulted in many kids enrolling...
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Abizeyerurema Group
Abizeyerurema Group
Rwanda
Cattle funded requested $ 2.625
to buy more goats and cows to sell.
Charlotte is married and is a mother of seven children who are between 4 and 19 years old. Charlotte owns a cattle business...
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Sunnyside A Group
Sunnyside A Group
Zimbabwe
Grocery Store funded requested $ 1.250
to restock bulk groceries to repackage into small units for resale.
Selling groceries repacked in small units has made Rosemary sustain her business with the cash shortages in Zimbabwe that have currently led many consumers unable to buy groceries in bulk.

Rosemary (in the middle in the photo) is 48 years old and a married mother of four children; two are going to school. Her husband is unemployed and is a seasonal...
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Moa's Group
Moa's Group
Cambodia
Home Appliances funded requested $ 225
to buy a water filter to provide safe drinking water for their family.
Moa?s Group members lives in a rural village in Battambang Province in Cambodia. Moa works as a farmer and makes a living cultivating rice to support her family.

In her village, there is no reliable access to safe, clean drinking water. Having a water filter at home will help Moa safeguard the health of her family, save money on medical expenses,...
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Wend Baraka 2 Group
Wend Baraka 2 Group
Burkina Faso
Clothing funded requested $ 2.525
to buy pagnes for resale.
The Wend Baraka 2 group just finished its first loan cycle with Kiva and the repayments were made on time. Kadidjatou, the group's representative, wishes to thank all Kiva staff and lenders for their support. She used her loan to buy 30 sets of pagnes for resale and her profits allowed her to buy clothes for her children, to make a few purchases...
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Sabali Ii Group
Sabali Ii Group
Mali
Livestock funded requested $ 3.125
to buy sheep for resale and oxen to work in her field.
Mamine is a hard working woman who is 43 years old and has a second business raising sheep. She has four dependent children aged between 6 and 23, two of whom attend school.

Mamine is entering into a contract with RMCR so that she can get financing for her businesses (sheep farming, market gardening).

An exemplary woman, she gets her supplies at the...
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Port Loko River Group
Port Loko River Group
Sierra Leone
Food Market funded requested $ 1.200
to purchase additional gallons of palm oil.
Zainab is a 51 year old married woman a mother of two children ages 15 and 12. (Zainab is shown in the middle of the picture.)

She is determined to provide her family a decent living; Zainab realizes that this would not be an easy task unless she has a good repository of savings.

Thus, Zainab started a food business of her own. This will act as an...
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Mariatu
Mariatu
Sierra Leone
Food Stall funded requested $ 300
to purchase more oil, rice, pepper, potatoes, plantains, gari, macaroni, Irish potatoes, mayonnaise, ketchup, fish, water, and drinks.
Mariatu is a 35-year-old married woman with three children between the ages of 10 and 14. All three of them are currently attending school. She started her business because she wants to educate her children.

Mariatu established a fast food and drink business around the Waterloo community. She sells acheke, cold soft drinks, water, etc. Mariatu...
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Tadala Group
Tadala Group
Malawi
Food Stall funded requested $ 2.575
to buy five bags of potatoes to restock her food stall that sells chips and snacks.
Florence is 27 years old. She is married and has two children and two relatives who rely upon her. She runs a food stall selling chips and snacks.

Florence now requires this loan to buy five bags of potatoes to restock her stall. She started the business to support her family and improve their standard of living. Currently, she has one employee...
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Cristo Salva 3,4,6 Group
Cristo Salva 3,4,6 Group
Dominican Republic
Retail funded requested $ 4.425
to purchase new clothing.
Adeline lives in a small, isolated community in the Dominican Republic known as a "batey." A batey is typically composed of Haitian workers and their families who have immigrated to the Dominican Republic in order to work in the sugarcane fields.

Despite the difficult living situation and general lack of access to the outside world, Adeline and her...
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Eng's Group
Eng's Group
Cambodia
Home Appliances funded requested $ 200
to buy a water filter to provide safe drinking water for her family.
Eng?s Group lives in a rural village in Preah Vihear province in Cambodia. Eng makes a living cultivating rice and she does extra work as fisherman to support her family.

In their village there is no reliable access to safe, clean drinking water. Having a water filter at home will help each of these women safeguard the health of their families,...
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Goodness Traders Group
Goodness Traders Group
Ghana
Cosmetics Sales funded requested $ 3.450
to buy sanitary products, children’s wear, cosmetics, and weave-on for resale.
Beatrice, the woman with the broad smile in the picture, is the group representative. She sells cosmetics, human hair, and sanitary products in the local market. Beatrice has been in this business for the past 21 years, hence has a considerable experience.

This is her third loan cycle with Kiva, with a good repayment record. She used the previous...
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Le Peage Group
Le Peage Group
Burkina Faso
Food Production/Sales funded requested $ 875
to purchase four sacks of corn.
Ms. HABIBOU is the official of the group called LE PEAGE. A married woman, she is the mother of four children. The oldest is 31, and the youngest is 17. One child is attending school. She has one person to support.

She has been processing corn into cornmeal for three years. She gets her supplies from the market in her neighborhood. With the money...
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Tatanga Group
Tatanga Group
Zimbabwe
General Store funded requested $ 1.300
to restock groceries for her tuck-shop to maximise profits.
She is only 23 and yet she possesses good entrepreneurial skills that have helped cushion her family against the harsh economic turbulence prevailing in Zimbabwe. She is happily married to a self-employed husband who sells hardware products. To her, being a good wife means helping your husband domestically as well as economically.

Her name is...
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Je Ka Baara Group
Je Ka Baara Group
Mali
Home Products Sales funded requested $ 2.475
to purchase bowls and some clothing to resell.
A Malian woman, OUMOU is 33 years old, married, and the mother of three children, of whom two are in school. Her children are aged 2 to 12. One of them is not yet old enough for school. For ten years, OUMOU has been selling clothing and bowls. Today, her wish is to develop her business to make it her main source of revenues. She is the one with her...
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Corn Sellers Group
Corn Sellers Group
Sierra Leone
Food Market expired requested $ 3.125
to pay for additional bags of onions and cartons of Maggi cubes for her to sell.
Fatmata is a 48-year-old mother of three children, aged 26, 16, and 13. She also has some dependents that stay with her. Fatmata runs a food business. She started the business to be independent and financially support her family. Fatmata is shown in the middle of the picture.

Fatmata requested a loan, which she will use to pay for additional bags...
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Mafata
Mafata
Liberia
Food Stall funded requested $ 250
to buy more ingredients that will be used to cook food to sell.
This is 39-year-old Mafata. She is married with four children. All of Mafata's children are presently in school and live at home. She runs a business in a busy market where she sells cooked food. She describe herself as a hardworking and good seller. She has been operating this business for 10 years and she sells for 11 hours every day.

She started...
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Anna
Anna
Tanzania
Fish Selling funded requested $ 225
to buy a new freezer for keeping fresh fish and big frying pans.
Anna is in her mid 30s; she operates a small food stall that sells fresh, fried, and dried fish to support her family. She has been in this business for seven years and is happy that she's making good profit.

This will be Anna's fourth loan from Tujijenge Tanzania. She used the previous loan, which she has paid back successfully, to buy more stock...
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San Luis De Circa Kcacya Group
San Luis De Circa Kcacya Group
Peru
Restaurant funded requested $ 3.825
to buy ingredients for cooking such as rice, vegetables, and chicken.
These members belong to the Communal Bank ?San Luis de Circa Kcacya?. The bank is located in the District of Ancahuasi in Anta Province, Department of Cusco.

Gladiz is one of the members. She is a hardworking woman who manages a restaurant business. Gladiz serves different dishes such as roasted chicken, soups, and stir-fried meat. She works...
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Christine
Christine
Kenya
Used Clothing funded requested $ 300
to buy more clothes to sell.
Christine is a happily married woman who is 26 years old. Her husband is 28 years old and they are blessed with one child who is nine years old. They are a happy family and they support one another.

Christine sells second-hand clothes for a living and she has been doing this business for many years. Her clients like her good attitude in business and...
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Secret Heritage Group
Secret Heritage Group
Zimbabwe
Poultry funded requested $ 2.250
to buy broilers, chicken feed and petroleum gas to sell.
Cathrine is a 42-year-old woman and a member of the Secret Heritage group, a group which is made up of women with good spirits and a passion for business. Cathrine is a hardworking woman and the ladies in her community admire her work. She always does her best for her 4 children. She runs a poultry business from her backyard and sells gas from the...
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Rose
Rose
Solomon Islands
Personal Housing Expenses funded requested $ 1.225
to buy wiring and labour cost, bricks, louvre frames and 20 bags of cement for renovating her tailoring business.
Rose is 54 years old and is married with 6 children. She lives in a rural area outside of Honiara, the capital of Solomon islands.

She runs a tailor business, selling school uniforms, office uniforms, youths uniforms, ordered t-shirts, women blouse and kids wear to her clients living in town. Her customers give designs and place orders for her to...
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Jiguiya Group
Jiguiya Group
Mali
Animal Sales funded requested $ 1.950
to purchase cattle to resell later.
Adiaratou is the woman holding the steer by the horn. She is a Malian livestock farmer, married, and the mother of nine children (seven boys and two girls), aged 13 months to 28 years, respectively. Six of the boys are in school. These days, Adiaratou is 43 years old and has been in this livestock trade for ten years. Her husband is a farmer and...
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Faramalala Tiana Elysa
Faramalala Tiana Elysa
Madagascar
Mobile Phones funded requested $ 975
to purchase various types of telephones to resell.
Elysa thanks you for your financial support. The loan you granted her allowed her to buy additional products, such as a variety of telephones and accessories, and increase her working capital. Offering more products to her customers resulted in a gradual increase in income from the business. Diversifying products remains the appropriate way to...
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Mukama Murungi Village Bank Group
Mukama Murungi Village Bank Group
Uganda
Used Clothing funded requested $ 1.925
to buy more secondhand clothes to sell.
Edisa is a member of the Mukama Murungi Village Bank in Hoima, Uganda. She is 49 years old, married, and a hardworking woman who ventured into selling secondhand clothes in order to earn a living. Edisa has been in this business for more than 10 years.

She hopes to grow and expand her business into a boutique, but she is limited by inadequate...
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Kangama Twekambe Group
Kangama Twekambe Group
Uganda
Fruits & Vegetables funded requested $ 1.500
to buy more fresh foods to sell.
Florence, a member of Kangama Twekambe is a very hard worker. For five years she has been engaged in the business of buying and selling fresh food. Price fluctuations and the high rate of perishability are challenges to her business.

She has managed to pay school fees for her children using the proceeds. Actually, what forced her to start her...
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Karokarungi Tutungukye Group
Karokarungi Tutungukye Group
Uganda
Grocery Store funded requested $ 1.975
to buy items like fresh yellow bananas, tomatoes, oranges, onions and other items for her grocery shop.
Jackline is a married woman working hard to ensure that her five children are provided for. She runs a grocery shop with an aim of making money to sustain herself and the family. She also practices farming as her other source of income. She says she faces challenges of defaulters and prolonged droughts, though promises that she would love to see...
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Kiwa Life
Kiwa Life
Ecuador
Agriculture funded requested $ 50.000
to pay 600 farming families 100% above market prices while paying respect to indigenous Andean crops.
Problem

Geographically excluded farmers do not have access to fair trade prices and must go through an intermediary. Intermediaries are the only buyer of their goods, which can lead to extremely low prices for quality products. This situation is especially true for farmers who work deep in the Andes, harvesting native potatoes and other native...
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Balikyegomba Kikonge Group
Balikyegomba Kikonge Group
Uganda
Used Clothing funded requested $ 2.475
to add stock for young and old, girls and boys used clothes to sell.
Harriet, age 36, is a resident of Kagadi, Uganda and belongs to Balikyegomba Kikonge Group, where members guarantee one another to access a group loan. She is married with three children aged 13, 10 and 7 years, who are all attending school.

She is a a business woman as well as a committed farmer, working eight hours a day. A lot has been achieved...
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Mugyengyezi Sacco Group
Mugyengyezi Sacco Group
Uganda
Animal Sales funded requested $ 650
to buy more goats to rear and sell at profit.
Angelica is a 36-year-old, hardworking, married woman living in Kamwenge, Uganda. She is a mother of six of which four are school-going children. Apart from her own family, she also takes care of one other dependent because he is an orphan.

She operates a retail shop of general merchandise alongside livestock rearing and crop growing mainly...
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Kumba
Kumba
Liberia
Jewelry funded requested $ 1.100
to purchase more jewelry to sell.
Kumba is 38 years old and married with an 8-year-old child, who is currently in school. Kumba is a hard-working businesswoman who sells various types of jewelry.

Kumba has been in this business for eight years. She says there are no problems with her business.

Kumba requested this loan through BRAC Liberia to purchase more jewelry to sell. Kumba says...
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Nyambere Group
Nyambere Group
Burundi
Food funded requested $ 2.050
to increase her capital and purchase many bunches of bananas to resell in order to earn more.
Désidérate is part of the Nyambere group and lives in Gitega. She is 34 years old and married to Pierre, a shop owner. Together they have five children ranging from age 7 to 13, all of whom are in school. She has been selling bananas for five years.

She is on her fourth loan with Turame. With the Kiva loan she receives, she will increase her capital...
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Duterintambwe Group
Duterintambwe Group
Burundi
Charcoal Sales funded requested $ 2.350
to increase his capital and earnings by buying more wood for resale as charcoal.
Christophe is part of the Duteritamwe group and lives in Gitega. He is 32 years old and is married to Annociate, a farmer. Together they have two children aged 6 months and 3 years. He has sold charcoal for twelve years. He is on his nineteenth loan from Turame. With this Kiva loan, he will increase his capital and earnings by buying more wood for...
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Yitirga Group
Yitirga Group
Burkina Faso
Restaurant funded requested $ 3.275
To purchase beans, oil, and an insulated container for her meals to be sold.
Yitirga just completed its Kiva loan. The payments were made normally. Brigitte, the representative member, says thank you to all the Kiva personnel and lenders for the support. With the loan, Brigitte was able to pay for grains (corn and rice) for her restaurant. She had a profit enabling her to pay for clothing for her children, cover a few...
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Samuel Group
Samuel Group
Congo (Dem. Rep.)
Fish Selling funded requested $ 5.500
to stock up on fish to resell.
Alya is a hard-working businesswoman and president of the solidarity group called Samuel. She is a client of MFI Hekima, aged 52, a widowed mother of four children who all are or have been in school. She has been selling salted fish in a local market for 31 years. She wants to stock up on fish to expand her business.

This is her first loan after...
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Karambi Women S Group
Karambi Women S Group
Uganda
Used Clothing funded requested $ 2.075
to buy more second hand clothes to sell.
Grace, a member of Karambi Women?s Group, is a hardworking woman operating a second hand clothing business. She has been in this business for the last sixteen years.

The need to earn income to cater to her family's needs forced her to engage in the business. She started with little stock, which increased over time despite the hurdle of price...
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Alope 11 Group
Alope 11 Group
Sierra Leone
Fish Selling funded requested $ 2.475
to pay for additional cartons of dried fish to sell.
Mariatu is the leader of Alope 11 Group, which is made up of six members. All six members including Mariatu are engaged in selling different products.

Mariatu is the leader of the group. She sells dried fish. Mariatu has sold dried fish for the past 17 years. She uses the proceeds from her business to help the husband with some household expenses,...
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Marilou
Marilou
Philippines
Farming funded requested $ 525
to pay for the rice grains and the laborers' salaries of her rice mill.
Marilou is 45 years old and married with one child. She earns a living by farming rice in the Philippines. Marilou is borrowing 25,000 Philippine pesos through NWTF to pay for rice grains and the laborers' salaries of her rice mill.

Marilou has been farming rice for seven years.

She is working tirelessly toward the attainment of her dream, to save...
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Mary Joy
Mary Joy
Philippines
General Store funded requested $ 250
to buy additional stock of groceries to sell.
May Joy is 29 years old and married with one child.
She works hard to provide for her family. She runs a general store in the Philippines and requested a PHP 12,000 loan through NWTF in order to buy additional stock of groceries to sell.

May Joy has borrowed and repaid 7 loans from NWTF before this loan. She has been running the general store for...
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Riza Mae
Riza Mae
Philippines
General Store funded requested $ 325
to purchase additional groceries like canned goods, noodles, drinks, spices, shampoo and other personal care products.
Riza Mae...
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Russia
Russia
Uganda
Beauty Salon funded requested $ 700
to buy more items for her saloon and bar.
Russia has operated a salon, a business she started with a purpose of fighting poverty, as her major source of income since 2010. She is married and has four children, three of whom are attending school. She also has a bar where she earns additional income.

Russia needs money to buy more items for her salon and bar given the fact that we are...
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Patricia
Patricia
Uganda
Clothing Sales funded requested $ 150
to stock more clothes.
Patricia is age 23, a mother of two girls, and she lives in Hoima, Uganda. She sells already made clothes for both men and women. She has spent one year in this business and her personal dream is to develop her business and educate her children up to the university.

The business is challenged by high competition and the poor roads that raise dust...
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Amulen
Amulen
Uganda
General Store funded requested $ 850
to boost her sales by buying more stock.
Amulen is a single mother supporting her mother who is a widow. She operates a retail shop which requires a financial boost; she is applying for a loan to buy additional stock to meet the demands of her customers. This will increase her net family income to meet family bills.

She is the one responsible for fulfilling the needs of her entire...
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Kellen
Kellen
Uganda
General Store funded requested $ 550
to buy more sodas, sugar, soap and other general merchandise to sell.
Kellen is a hardworking, married woman who runs a retail shop in Kamwenge, Uganda. She earns supplementary income from a monthly salary, and this enables her to earn and look after her family. Her customers are mainly the school-going children.

Kellen is a highly developing entrepreneur and her current vision is to expand her business and construct...
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Number One Group
Number One Group
Zimbabwe
Poultry funded requested $ 1.600
to increase her supply of chickens.
White chicken meat is an excellent source of protein, containing all the amino acids your body needs to develop and maintain muscles. On top of that, it is a top-notch source of zinc. This mineral helps the immune system function properly and is necessary for some biochemical reactions. People in Zimbabwe are now aware of all these benefits so...
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Cristina
Cristina
Philippines
Rickshaw funded requested $ 350
to buy spare parts for the maintenance of her rickshaw.
Cristina is a married woman with seven children. She is a very hard-working entrepreneur. Cristina is 50 years old and has three children who are still in school.

Cristina has a rickshaw business in the Philippines. She requested a PHP 16,000 loan amount through NWTF to buy spare parts for the maintenance of her rickshaw.

Cristina has been in this...
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Estelita
Estelita
Philippines
Personal Housing Expenses funded requested $ 225
to build a sanitary toilet for her family.
Estelita works hard to support five children. She is married and has a general store business in the Philippines.

She requested a PHP 10,000 loan through NWTF to pay for materials and labor to construct a sanitary toilet for her family.

Estelita is aware that by using the sanitary toilet, she is reducing health and hazard risks to her family and...
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Rufa
Rufa
Philippines
Personal Housing Expenses funded requested $ 200
to build a sanitary toilet for her family.
Rufa works hard to support one child. She is married and has a pig fattening business in the Philippines.

Rufa requested a PHP 8500 loan through NWTF to build a sanitary toilet for her family.

Rufa is aware that by using the sanitary toilet, she is reducing health and hazard risks to her family and neighbors as well as promoting environment...
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Divino Niño Jesus Group
Divino Niño Jesus Group
Paraguay
Farming funded requested $ 5.850
to buy products to grow manioc, corn, peanuts, poroto beans, and other crops.
Divino Niño Jesús Group is in its fourteenth loan cycle with the women's bank program, in which they all work and help each other get ahead. The group members have been working closely for several loan cycles, which has helped them keep improving their relationship.

Francisca is one of the members. She's requesting this loan to grow crops on her...
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Linda
Linda
Philippines
Personal Housing Expenses funded requested $ 225
to build a sanitary toilet for her family.
Linda works hard to support seven children. She is married and has a food vending business in the Philippines.

Linda requested a PHP 10,000 loan through NWTF to build a sanitary toilet for her family.

Linda is aware that by using the sanitary toilet, she is reducing health and hazard risks to her family and neighbors as well as promoting...
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Ywar Shay -2 (D) Village Group
Ywar Shay -2 (D) Village Group
Myanmar (Burma)
Farming funded requested $ 1.050
to pay labor fees for the helpers on the farm.
Pictured above are Gyi, Moe, Khine, Shwe and Kyin. They are from Ywar Shay village which consists of 317 households. Second from the left is Gyi, the featured borrower. She is a very energetic and helpful woman who always leads actively in village development activities. Farming is also the major business of this village. Apart from farming, people...
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Lina
Lina
Philippines
Pigs funded requested $ 525
to pay for feed and renovation of her piggery.
Life is hard according to Lina of Malabon, Philippines, but life goes on. As it goes on, she has to keep her faith that things are just temporary and that things will get better. She is married to Xandie who works hard as a security guard and they have children who are still studying. Lina has a piggery which started seven years ago. She also has a...
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Poungving Group
Poungving Group
Lao PDR
Home Appliances funded requested $ 1.450
to purchase a TerraClear water filter, so they can have access to safe drinking water.
Khamphan and his group, along with other villagers, participated in a village meeting. In the meeting Khamphan became excited, upon learning that the water filter was available on an affordable payment plan.

The meeting participants also discussed the costs of treating local water supplies, by heating the water with charcoal and firewood. Each of...
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Luis' Group
Luis' Group
Mexico
Home Energy funded requested $ 575
to buy a solar energy system for his home.
Luis Santiago lives in the state of Oaxaca in Mexico. Like many others in his community, he works out in the fields and harvests crops for a living. He has a family that he provides and cares for, and at the moment he is spending a big percentage of his income on candles to light his home.

Luis Santiago would like to purchase a solar energy home...
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Gleciria
Gleciria
Philippines
Pigs funded requested $ 425
to purchase pigs and feed.
Gleciria is married and has four children, of whom two are still attending school. She is a hardworking mother from the town of Dumanjug. Her husband earns a living by being a jeepney driver.

She earns a living by raising and selling hogs. She sells them to the local market and town settlers in her place.

She would like to boost her earnings by...
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Jorge
Jorge
Honduras
Home Energy funded requested $ 225
to purchase a sustainable package of solar products in order to reactivate his solar power system.
Jorge is 52 years old, and makes a living in agriculture though basic grains and livestock in the community of Olanchito, Honduras, where he lives with his five children for whom he wants to form a good heritage. For this reason he fights day to day to give them the best living conditions possible, but in the community where he lives there is no...
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Acha
Acha
Thailand
Poultry funded requested $ 3.600
To buy feed for chicken.
Acha has an organic chicken farm in his native northern Thailand. He is now in his late 40's. He is a member of the Akha tribe in Chiang Rai, Thailand, one of several different ethnic groups who make their homes across the mountain ranges of southern China, Laos, Burma, Vietnam, and Thailand. For his entire life, he has grown beans on family land...
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Harriet
Harriet
Uganda
Home Products Sales funded requested $ 0
to buy stock of utensils to sell.

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Propella Group
Propella Group
Sierra Leone
Fruits & Vegetables funded requested $ 0
to pay for additional fruit and vegetables.

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Mally
Mally
Madagascar
Used Shoes funded requested $ 0
to buy four bales of used shoes.

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Volatiana
Volatiana
Madagascar
Poultry funded requested $ 0
to buy chicken feed.

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Digaale Group2
Digaale Group2
Somalia
Grocery Store funded requested $ 0
to buy sugar, rice, flour, etc. for her shop.

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Boston Elshadai Dev't Group Makinkye
Boston Elshadai Dev't Group Makinkye
Uganda
Tailoring funded requested $ 0
to buy more sewing machines.

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Aida
Aida
Uganda
General Store funded requested $ 0
to buy a fridge, basins, books, and soft drinks for her retail shop.

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Ayda
Ayda
Egypt
Cattle funded requested $ 0
to buy a head of cattle.

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Farida
Farida
Uganda
Clothing Sales funded requested $ 0
to buy more clothes for selling to her customers.

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Kopanang Bataung Group
Kopanang Bataung Group
Lesotho
Home Energy funded requested $ 0
to pay for a cookstove.

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