425 USD financed in January 2019
Bahati is a mother of two who is running her business in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. She is an owner of a grocery store which has been profitable so far. Because of that, Bahati’s is able to support her family and let her kids to school. Now she is requesting for a $425 loan to replenish the store inventory so she could keep on selling local food to her customers.
750 USD financed in January 2019
Sabahat is a 22-year-old woman who works as a teacher and lives in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. She started running a school established by her family many years ago. Now, there are 234 students enrolled and 44% of them are female students. The aim of the school is helping them gain not only academical knowledge but some discipline as well. Since the school is expanding Sabahat notices a lack of furniture and that is a reason why she requested $750 to purchase furniture for her students.
250 USD financed in June 2018
Rose is a 28 years old married woman and mother of three. She runs a green grocery store and another retail store in Matuu, Kenya. She is requesting for the $250 loan to replenish the stock for both stores. Rose hopes that her business will become profitable so she could use the profit to pay the school fees of her children.
300 USD financed in June 2018
Doreen is a polite, devoted, responsible, and hardworking businesswoman who lives in Bungoma, Kenya. She is 41 years old and works entirely on her farm. Doreen enjoys not only the increased profits but also the independence that comes along with farming. Doreen owns a very healthy dairy cow that she milks, and she sells the milk in a local dairy shop. She has also been growing different varieties of crops such as maize, bananas, and a few vegetables, both for subsistence and for commercial purposes. Although she loves farming, she struggles when it comes to paying for the education requirements of her children. For this reason, she is requesting for the $300 loan to expand her business.
350 USD financed in April 2018
Elham is 58 years old, a Lebanese married woman, and has three married sons. She lives with her husband in a rented house located in Maten. In order to rely on herself and be a productive person, she established her business 15 years ago at home and started working on tailoring. She requested this loan to purchase a new set of fabrics to support her home tailoring business. Besides, she emphasized that behind every successful woman is herself. Elham wants to allocate a small portion to buy home appliances to improve her standard of living.
500 USD financed in April 2018
Katerin Viviana is a 23 years old mother of two. She lives with her two sons, Jonathan,7 years old, and Mateo, 5 years old, in Tulcán, Ecuador. Katerin started her business after the father of her children left the family and she did not have any income to pay for necessities. She has been running the business for three years. She sells quality clothing and genuine cosmetics. Katerin wants a little support in order to move forward with her business. She will use a $500 loan to buy jeans, blouses, deodorants, perfumes, creams, and boys colognes in bulk which she will resell. In the future, Katerin wants to grow her business and achieve a better standard of living for her children.