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Yeniboa Mano Micro Loan (Seed of Faith-Burkina Faso)
Burkina Faso

Yeniboa sells rice, oil, sugar, soap, and other products in his retail shop. He seeks a micro loan of $225 to enlarge his inventory, saying, “By adding more merchandise I have the chance to raise my sales.”

  • 100% Funded
  • $225 Funded
  • Ended On July 24, 2017

Miyemba Thiombiano Micro Loan (Seed of Faith-Burkina Faso)
Burkina Faso

Pastor Miyemba buys young sheep and goats and raises them for resale in market. This has been his bi-vocation for three years. He seeks a micro loan of $650 to increase the number of livestock he’s able to purchase for fattening. His goal is to raise and sell 10 sheep and 5 goats every quarter.

  • 0% Funded
  • $0 Funded
  • 17 Days to Go

Lengue Kpieyete Micro Loan (Seed of Faith-Burkina Faso)
Burkina Faso

Lengue is a retail shop owner, selling mainly fresh fish stored in a freezer, plus ice, fresh water, juices, and liquid soap that she makes. She seeks a micro loan of $500 to purchase a new freezer.

  • 100% Funded
  • $500 Funded
  • Ended On November 18, 2017

Lamoussa Kolani Micro Loan (Seed of Faith-Burkina Faso)
Burkina Faso

Lamoussa is a retail store owner with four years of experience, selling soap, powdered milk, and other products. Lamoussa seeks a micro loan of $425 to enlarge her inventory. She says she plans "to move my shop to a more strategic location where the competition is less and closer to home. There surely, I will be able to sell more than I do now.”

  • 0% Funded
  • $0 Funded
  • 17 Days to Go

Kader Lompo Micro Loan (Seed of Faith-Burkina Faso)
Burkina Faso

Kader is an animal breeder, which means he buys young sheep and goats and raises them for resale in market. He seeks a micro loan of $650 to increase the number of livestock he’s able to purchase for fattening.

  • 0% Funded
  • $0 Funded
  • 17 Days to Go

UBuild2 General Fund
Donations

UBuild2 is receiving donations to its General Fund to support website development, financial management, and field partnership development. The goal is $5,000.

  • 3% Funded
  • $150 Funded