600 USD financed in February 2019
Jenny Marisol is a 19 years old mother of two living in Gotera, El Salvador. She is not only taking care and providing for her family, attending school but also running her own business which sells tortillas. She has learned this job from her mother and been running the business for the last 2 years. Jenny is requesting a $600 loan to purchase corn and a stove for the production and sale of tortillas. She dreams of expanding her business and continuing with her education.
550 USD financed in February 2019
Sarah is a 40 years old single mother of four who lives in Jinja, Uganda. She has been running her second-hand store to put food on the table as well as pay for the kids' education. Sarah has requested for $550 loan to fill her store with more second-hand clothing items which she could resell and increase her income.
725 USD financed in February 2019
Yohana is a 42 years old mother of four who lives in Granada, Nicaragua. Her friends and clients describe her as a hard-working person who is passionate and dedicated to her sewing business which helps her to provide to her family.Yohana is asking for a $725 loan to purchase more fabric, needles, zippers, buttons and other thing needed for her business to expand. Thanks to the new investment she will be able to make school uniforms for her customers.
425 USD financed in February 2019
Ashakuratu is a 23-year-old, single hardworking mother of one living in Tandika-Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. She is a clothing seller, selling African fabric known as Vitenge. She has been running this business for two years, working from 7:30 am to 6:00 pm. This will be her third loan request. Ashakuratu used her previous loans to buy more decorative Vitenge to sell. She is applying for this 425 USD loan to purchase a large stock of African fabrics known as Vitenge, Khanga and Vikoy for her business to grow. Ashakuratu dreams of opening a big clothing shop someday.
125 USD financed in January 2019
Tina is a 36 years old business woman who is married and lives in Tokoin, Togo. She sells second-hand bags which she gets from the market three times a month. Tina resells bags by travelling around the surrounding neighbourhoods. She is requesting for a $125 loan to buy new bags to resell in order to keep her business running.
750 USD financed in January 2019
Carmen Janet is a 35 years old mother of two living in Cajamarca, Peru. She is well known for her own business. Carmen has been producing bread and selling it to her customers for the last 5 years. At the moment, her business has a need of $750 which would be invested in the bread production. Thanks to this loan Carmen will be able to increase her income and support herself and her family.