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Undercover Mama

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We are Mamas with the entreprenurial spirit who are working hard to reach our dreams and want to share our success with other mothers who are struggling daily to provide for the basic necessities of their families. We hope our contributions, though modest, will continue to grow and be continually passed forward to help many others. Our business, Undercover Mama, which makes revolutionary undershirts to help breastfeeding mothers nurse with ease in their regular wardrobe, was started with extremely small funds. We know how much every little bit can help!

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Entrepreneurs We Have Helped

  • Agnes
    We gave
    $25
    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
  • Emeline
    We gave
    $25
    This loan is fully funded
    Emeline is from Rwanda. She needs a loan of $350 to obtain more sorghum drink ingredients and bananas for sale.
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    Thirsty? Go see Emeline. She sells the sorghum drink called ubushera, and ripe bananas, and has been in the business since 2008. A loan would help Emeline purchase more bananas and sorghum for making her drink. Emeline hopes to earn enough to buy enough food for the family, save for her future, and expand her business. Emeline Nyirangendahimana is 24 years old; married but no children yet. She lives in Gakenke District, Northern Province. Her home is constructed with mud bricks with tiled roof.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $350
  • Maria Ofelia
    We gave
    $25
    This loan is fully funded
    Maria Ofelia is from Mexico. She has 1 child. She needs a loan of $400 Buying chairs, tables, and flooring for her food shop.
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    Mrs. Maria Ofelia Rosas Gomez has a little business of Mexican food. Her business is in a room of her house, and in this room she put in a store, too. She wants to invest in her business, and for this reason she needs a loan to buy tables, chairs, and put flooring in her shop. Mrs. Rosas Gomez has lived in Cuautlapan 15 years. Cuautlapan is a beautiful place, quiet and happy. It is a place with a lot of vegetation and beautiful landscapes. Mrs. Rosas Gomez lives with her daughter; she is a nice person and a hard working entrepreneur. Mrs. Maria Ofelia is very popular in her town; a lot of people buy her food. She hopes that her business will improve. With her gains she hopes to give her daughter shoes, dresses, etc. They live in a very simple house of wood, with only 3 rooms, and that does not have all services. Mrs. Rosas Gomez has had many bad experiences. Some times she did not have money, even for food. The things in her house now she has purchased little by little and with great effort. She hopes that with this loan she could give her daughter a better life, with schooling, health care and dresses.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $400
  • Silvia
    We gave
    $25
    This loan is fully funded
    Silvia is from Mexico. She has 2 children. She needs a loan of $475 Buying cosmetics products such as make-up, nail polish, and perfume.
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    These last few years she has been working for a tailor but now she wants to start her own business. Silvia has put all of her hopes in receiving this loan and is asking for help to start her business selling cosmetics. With the loan she will buy lipstick, nail polish, perfumes, etc. She wants to have a stable business where she can work and have her son be safe. Her biggest dream is to buy some land and build a house on it. This way, her oldest son can come and live with her and she can make up some of the time she lost with him. Quote: “I feel happy and grateful because there are people who believe in me and are helping me.” Mrs. Amador is originally from San Andres de la Cañada, located in the State of Mexico. Silvia married in Puebla, but 4 years later her husband left with her oldest son. Because of this she returned to San Andres to begin a new life with her youngest son with the hope of creating a better life for herself and her son. During the past 11 years she has done well for herself through working and has been able to give her youngest son a dignified life.
    100% repaid to date
    Loan needed: $475

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