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Lending History

  • Anabel
    They gave
    $275
    This loan is fully funded
    Anabel is from Mexico. She has 2 children. She needs a loan of $400 Purchase raw materials and utensils.
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    Anabel Cruz is originally from Veracruz but has been living in Tijuana for the past 16 years because they could no longer afford to live in Veracruz on her husband's earnings. Also, the costs of their two sons schooling was high. Anabel enjoys making pastries for special occasions. She bakes them in a nearby bakery and started this because her husband always liked the pastries. She took a part of her household's spending in order to start her business, and has been making good profits and increasing her number of customers. She is requesting a loan to be used to purchase commodities as well as a better quality blender. This loan will help her better fulfill her commitment to her customers and her profits will be used for her children's studies. Anabel's dream is to have a place with industrial machinery where she can sell her cakes at restaurants and parties, and also to see her children graduate from college.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $400
  • Agnes
    They gave
    $75
    This loan is fully funded
    Agnes is from Rwanda. She needs a loan of $275 Purchase more merchandise.
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    Agnes Musabyimana founded her grocery store at age 14! She'd love for you to help World Vision lend her enough to restock her beans, rice, sugar and potatoes. Agnes' hopes for her earnings are to save money for her future, buy enough food for her family, and expand the business. She already has a local following. Agnes is 19 years old, single. She lives in Mudasomwa Sector/ Nyamagabe District/ Southern Province.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $275
  • Jimmy
    They gave
    $125
    This loan is fully funded
    Jimmy is from Rwanda. He needs a loan of $350 to buy more goats, and some crates of drinks. .
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    Jimmy Ndagijimana, 21, started selling drinks and roast goat meat when he was 17, but without startup resources he couldn't make enough to help his family's finances. A new loan will help Jimmy buy more goats, and some crates of drinks, so he can really contribute. Jimmy's hopes are to earn enough to save money for the future and expand the business, which in turn will enable him to provide some jobs for people in his village. Jimmy is 21 and single. He lives in Mudasomwa sector, Nyamagabe District, in a mud brick house.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $350
  • Drocelle
    They gave
    $225
    This loan is fully funded
    Drocelle is from Rwanda. She has 4 children. She needs a loan of $525 to purchase food to sell in her shop.
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    Drocelle has run her food store for six years, working hard everyday from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. She has been very poor and hopes that a loan will help her business to succeed. A loan will empower Drocelle to save money for the future and buy some small livestock to supplement her family’s income. The family will be able to have a better life. Drocelle is 38-years-old and has four children ranging in age from one-and-a-half years to 15-years-old. They live in a house with a tin roof in Gakenke village, in the northern part of Rwanda.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $525
  • Sarah
    They gave
    $400
    This loan is fully funded
    Sarah is from Kenya. She has 2 children. She needs a loan of $650 to add more stock of hair products to her cosmetics salon.
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    Sarah Jeptumo Komen is 31 years old and married to Mr. Kobilo Komen who is a 52 year-old farmer. They live in Kapropita and they have two children: Beatrice (7 years old) and Brian (5 years old). Sarah operates a beauty salon where she also sells beauty products and hair accessories. She started this business about five years ago, and she earns a small monthly profit which is her only source of income. Mrs. Komen is excited to borrow a loan. She plans to use the loan to buy hair relaxers, braids weaves and wigs. The balance will be used to purchase ladies shoes, handbags and clothes to sell in her beauty shop to her customers. She was introduced to World Vision micro finance by an existing client. This is her first source of funding from a MFI. She looks forward to the additional profit she can earn from this investment and she will use the extra profit to open a cosmetic shop in nearby Kabarnet town. She dreams and hopes of purchasing a plot and building on it. She describes herself as hardworking.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $650
  • Seyha
    They gave
    $200
    This loan is fully funded
    Seyha is from Cambodia. She has 3 children. She needs a loan of $525 to buy vegetable seeds and fertilizer .
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    Seyha has several farming activities to support her living. She grows vegetables, watermelon, and rice. She also raises pigs and chickens. She didn't have opportunity to expand her businesses as she did not have capital. She thought of borrowing from money lender, but the interest was too high. She knew for sure that her revenue would be only enough to cover the interest expense; this wouldn't make her better off. Fortunately, with a loan from World Vision she can have a loan to grow vegetables, expand her business and keep her income keep growing. She says this loan has changed her life. She loves her current business, growing vegetables. She expects to increase the quantity of vegetables grown on her land. She is also able to search for other alternative market for her products. The villagers can have cheap vegetables produced in their community and they can learn from Seyha the plantation method. Middlemen are being created as they can make money by trading vegetables. This is creating new jobs for more people in her community. Seyha is excited to use the additional income she is making to send her three children to school.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $525
  • Chanthol
    They gave
    $150
    This loan is fully funded
    Chanthol is from Cambodia. She needs a loan of $625 to buy silk (She is from Samrong ADP).
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    Chanthol is a silk weaver. Her younger sister helps her with the work. Chanthol also owns a rice field where she grows both wet-season and dry-season rice. She also raises oxen to help her with farming and to sell for profit. Because of poverty, she and her siblings had to drop out of school. Chanthol's mother fell ill and died when they could not afford medical care. Food became scarce. She borrowed money from a local money lender to start a silk weaving business, but was not successful. As a result, she was in debt. She worked in a factory for four years to repay the loan. With a new loan, she can expand her silk weaving business. She will be able to help feed her family and send her nieces and nephews to school. After that, she found VisionFund who gave her loan to resume silk weaving again. Chanthol dreams of making more silk looms and hiring additional additional help. She would like to save enough money to open a grocery store for her sister.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $625
  • Pha
    They gave
    $125
    This loan is fully funded
    Pha is from Cambodia. She has 3 children. She needs a loan of $275 to buy piglets and their feed.
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    Pha makes her living with several businesses. She grows rice and raises pigs on her small plot of land. She also owns a traditional rice mill. Her husband is an ice seller. She wanted to raise pigs, but she didn't have money to buy piglets and the feed. With a loan from World Vision she could buy piglets and feed with the loan. The pigs could grow well with sufficient food, and they can to earn more profit. Pha hopes her pigs can be sold at a high price. She plan to expand the pig raising business. She is thinking of sharing her knowledge to her neighbors, so they will be able to change their family as she has. Pha is thankful that her standard of living is improved. Their is food produced locally and jobs are created for both the producers and middleman.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $275
  • Assoumpta
    They gave
    $200
    This loan is fully funded
    Assoumpta is from Rwanda. She has 2 children. She needs a loan of $850 to purchase more sheets to sell.
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    Assoumpta, a mother of two from Rwamagana, Rwanda, has a business selling bedding. Her challenge right now is insufficient capital to properly run the business. With a loan through World Vision, Assoumpta will be able to have a larger stock of bedding which will attract more customers and increase sales. She will also be able to employ another individual in her community. Additional income will allow her to better provide for her family through quality food and medical insurance. In the future, Assoumpta wants to keep expanding her business and become financially stable.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $850
  • Sareth
    They gave
    $125
    This loan is fully funded
    Sareth is from Cambodia. She has 3 children. She needs a loan of $275 to start a grocery store.
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    Sareth owns a grocery store and also grows corn. She and her husband have three children. He was a fisherman but his income could not feed the children and send them to school. She would like a loan to expand her grocery store by adding more goods to meet her customers' needs. She would also like to increase her farming activities. Sareth hopes to send her daughter to the university. She believes if she can grow her grocery business and corn farm, she will earn enough to cover her daily expenses as well as save for a new house.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $275
  • Knarik
    They gave
    $600
    This loan is fully funded
    Knarik is from Armenia. She needs a loan of $1,000 to buy ingredients for the bakery products.
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    Knarik runs a bakery in Goris, Armenia. Knarik plans to increase the variety of products, but she doesn’t have enough financial resources currently. With a loan from World Vision, Knarik will purchase necessary ingredients for the bakery and increase her working capital. Knarik can improve her family's living conditions with the increased income. Knarik will be able to develop her business and create more jobs, which is very important for the city’s economic development.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $1,000
  • Artak
    They gave
    $200
    This loan is fully funded
    Artak is from Armenia. He needs a loan of $1,450 to purchase livestock and hay.
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    Artak makes his living by farming and raising livestock. Artak would like to expand his business, which requires financial investments. This is why he has decided to apply for a loan. With the requested loan Artak plans to purchase livestock and hay. With the help of this loan Artak will increase his business income and be able to provide a better life for his family. Artak helps care for three additional dependents.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $1,450

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