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Intibucá, Honduras
Juana Harvests the Fruits of Her...
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Kigali, Rwanda

Marie Sheds Light on her Life

Three years ago, Marie Claudine Musabyimana opened a roadside stand stocked with tomatoes, carrots, and green peppers. A single mother, she worked ...

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Marie Sheds Light on her Life

Women who receive microloans pay them back at a 97% rate1 and invest 90 percent of their income into their families21. ImpatientOptimists.org, 2. JoinFite.org

Shanti Found Independence in her General Store

India

Shanti Found Independence in her General Store

Shanti’s life has always been determined by the seasons. When she was a farm laborer, the monsoon rains, summer heat, and harvests dictated her day...

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Kenya

Anne's Big Farm Dreams

Anne Ndungu is a mother of three, chairlady of her church, treasurer of her village’s women’s group and – thanks to a microloan – a successful entr...

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Anne's Big Farm Dreams
Angeline's Successful Sari-Sari

Antique Province, Philippines

Angeline's Successful Sari-Sari

When local mothers need to buy milk in the early morning, or neighbors come knocking on her door late at night for medicine, Angeline is their rock...

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Choluteca, Honduras

Nora Vallejo's Snack Stand

Nora Vallejo has been dedicated to her snack stand business at a high school in her community for the past 16 years. After receiving help through m...

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Nora Vallejo's Snack Stand
Waldina and Ana Team Up

Northwest Honduras

Waldina and Ana Team Up

Waldina and her 20-year-old nice Ana have been able to utilize their microloans to better themselves and their business! With Waldina’s unwavering ...

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