1 025 USD financed in January 2018
Maria is a 41 years old mother of one living in Yapacaní, Bolivia. She and her family live in a house of their own. The need to cover her baby's expenses motivated her to start the business. Maria dedicates herself to selling clothing for men, women and children. She sells from Monday through Saturday, and her customers are neighbors in the area and people from nearby neighbourhoods. To improve her sales and cover her baby's expenses, Maria needs to buy a larger quantity of merchandise. She wants to improve her sales and her income. With the $1,025 loan, she will buy clothing on a wholesale basis to sell at retail for a better price.
500 USD financed in January 2018
Thari is a 36 year-old married woman and mother of two who lives in Kompong Cham, Cambodia. She sells groceries and beverages. Her husband works as a carpenter. Thari has been running this business for four years. She is requesting for a $500 loan to purchase more groceries, orange juice and other beverages to sell in her store, so she can earn more money to support her family. She wants to expand her current business and send her children to universities in the future.
300 USD financed in January 2018
Alice is a married mother of two children living in Changamwe, Kenya. She lives at her own house that has electricity and piped water. Her greatest monthly expense is fees for the children’s school. For the past six years, she has operated a clothes-selling business, selling from door to door to her neighbors and passersby. She faces a major challenge of seasonality in her business. With the 300 USD loan that she is requesting, she wants to purchase more clothes for resale.
375 USD financed in January 2018
Luz Adriana, 27, lives in San Bernardo del Viento, Colombia. She is divorced and has two young children, whom she loves very much. Luz Adriana has a grocery store, which she started three years ago to improve her family’s economic situation. She has been successful, because her family has a much better quality of life. Luz Adriana is a humble woman who works hard but now she wants to start doing better so she can make more money to provide for her family. She is asking for a 375 USD loan to stock up on rice, sugar, coffee, oil, vegetables and other grocery items to have more to offer her clients.
175 USD financed in January 2018
Halima is a 35-year-old married mother of two. She is a food vendor who sells local food in Tujijenge, Tanzania. Halima has been in this business for 2 years. She is a hardworking person who works from 6:00 a.m to 10:00 p.m. The woman is applying for this loan to purchase food items such as kilos of rice, wheat flour, cooking oil, utensils, saucepans, plates, and seats for her customers. Her dream is to open a big restaurant in the near future.
María Del Rosario
225 USD financed in December 2017
María Del Rosario is a 34 year old business woman who lives in Barranquilla, Colombia. She has been selling fried food for living almost a year. Her customers are people living in the neighbourhood. Maria is aiming to reduce her costs and make wholesale purchases. In order to that, she needs a 225 USD loan to buy some extra corn, flour, salt and oil.