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TEIWAKI TATEITI
Handicrafts
Fiji
$675 Requested
$675 Still needed

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With six mouths to feed, Teiwaki Rateiti supplements her husband’s income by selling home-made pillowcases. Teiwaki could increase her output if she h ...

Maricel Esman
Farming
Philippines
$300 Requested
$100 Still needed

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Her neighbour has been successful in raising poultry, so Maricel has decided to follow her example and start her own chicken farm. She has no job and ...

ERITABETA NAMONKI
Kiosk
Fiji
$675 Requested
$675 Still needed

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Running a variety store from her home means Eritabeta Namonki sometimes uses stock to meet household needs. As a result, she has gradually run down th ...

Sorn YORNG
Farming
Cambodia
$700 Requested
$700 Still needed

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The cropping cycle means all farmers must buy fresh inputs at the start of each season. Sorn lives in a village with her husband and two children. A ...

Lynnly Hope Enarso
Local Produce
Philippines
$300 Requested
$300 Still needed

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Lynnly currently hawks dried fish, bringing in around $3 a day. She would like to improve her enterprise and requests a loan to buy fish in bulk to wh ...

Dolly Nadong
Farming
Philippines
$175 Requested
$100 Still needed

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With some wood to build a pen and cheap crop waste for feed, Dolly Nadong has decided to raise pigs as another source of income. Pigs are an important ...

Sophan SEONG
Kiosk
Cambodia
$525 Requested
$450 Still needed

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To support a family of three, Sophan (36) depends on her grocery store’s $15 a day takings. Sophan knows that more stock will ensure more sales, and s ...

TEAOIA TETEBANO
Local Produce
Fiji
$675 Requested
$675 Still needed

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In Fiji, kava is a profitable business as both men and women enjoy a good bowl of kava after work. With the help of a loan, Teaoia (25) plans to star ...

Elsie Oñas
Local Produce
Philippines
$300 Requested
$150 Still needed

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Elsie and her husband work together to support their family. He grows vegetables and she hawks them to local villagers. Their income is under $4 a day ...

Shirly Bantolo
Kiosk
Philippines
$300 Requested
$300 Still needed

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Running a variety store from home is a good way to earn a little extra income but Shirly sometimes uses her stock to meet household needs. As a result ...

       
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Cambodia Loan Repayments
 
Most loans in Cambodia are repaid in a single final installment. In this case, you will receive only one repayment notification instead of monthly updates. This is because many of TPC's clients are farmers and are only able to repay their loan after they have sold their seasonal harvest.

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