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CLECAM 2

"More dreams for a better future", says Brandine when asked what access to finance means to her. For small farmers in Rwanda it’s very difficult to get a loan. Especially for women. Yet access to finance is key to unlock their potential and become successful. Like Brandine. Thanks to loans from CLECAM, Brandine could buy fertilizers and increased her harvests. “I was able to earn enough money to finance education for my children up to university, to pay for a water supply system at my house and to bring in electricity, for the kids to study at home."

  • 62 people reached
Clecam Ejo-Heza
Entrepreneur
€30,000
Amount needed
24 months
Maturity
Impact loan
92%
Still €2,400 needed, 15 days to go

El Milagro

Small, underprivileged coffee farmers in Peru's remote highlands are more hopeful than ever. Thanks to training and technical support from their cooperative El Milagro, their organic coffee is sustainable and high quality. And fair trade, too! This improves not only their natural environment but also their livelihood. Like for the indigenous Rogelio and his wife. "We live in hard-to-reach areas with few opportunities. For us, coffee is the source to get ahead," Rogelio says of El Milagro.

  • 32 people reached
El Milagro
Entrepreneur
€35,000
Amount needed
6 months
Maturity
Impact loan
78%
Still €7,500 needed, 22 days to go

Ndivisi

Soybean meal makes an important contribution to food security in Kenya. Especially when it is regionally produced and thus affordable. Ndivisi, which already buys soy from 2,000 small-scale farmers in neigbouring Uganda, therefore sees an opportunity in processing soybean meal and oil themselves. Because processing adds value to their product. That way the company can grow and buy more soy from even more farmers. That provides more income for these farmers, boosts the local economy and creates new jobs.

  • 1 new jobs
  • 293 people reached
NDIVISI
Entrepreneur
€25,000
Amount needed
12 months
Maturity
Impact loan
61%
Still €9,600 needed, 28 days to go

Phoenix Seeds 2

This company is the first producer of agricultural seeds in Mozambique. Their seeds are grown naturally and are of high quality. This is important for farmers because the better the seeds, the better the harvest. And because they are grown locally, they are affordable, even for small farmers. And that’s even more important, so they too can improve their yields and build a better livelihood. Like farmer Quente, in the photo, who uses Phoenix’ seeds to grow a new variety of corn that is much stronger. He doesn't even need fertilizer or pesticide anymore.

  • 3 new jobs
  • 125 people reached
Phoenix Seeds
Entrepreneur
€25,000
Amount needed
12 months
Maturity
Impact loan
38%
Still €15,400 needed, 32 days to go

UCHON 2

In northern Nicaragua, in the hills around Lake Apenas, live UCHON's 689 small-scale farmers. "These farmers have been through a lot," says UCHON director Gerardo Lopez. "From political and economic crises to extreme natural phenomena. They have learned that by working together they are stronger and can grow their crops better." Instead of competing, they have joined forces in UCHON and are now improving their incomes in a sustainable way.

  • 51 people reached
UCHON
Entrepreneur
€15,000
Amount needed
12 months
Maturity
Impact loan
28%
Still €10,750 needed, 46 days to go

Diamond Seeds 2

Vanilla is a popular flavouring. But for entrepreneur David Balyana, this sweet spice is much more than that. In the global demand for this luxury product, David saw an opportunity for economic growth for poor Ugandan farmers. With that aim, he started Diamond Seeds. Today, this vanilla processing company partners with 1,200 farmers who grow high-quality vanilla. Now that harvest season is upon us again, David is looking for a loan to be able to purchase vanilla from the farmers.

  • 4 new jobs
  • 100 people reached
Diamond Seeds
Entrepreneur
€25,000
Amount needed
12 months
Maturity
Impact loan
13%
Still €21,650 needed, 50 days to go

Albe Farms

With great care, Albe Farms in Ghana grows sweet, juicy pineapples for the European market. Director Albert Amponsah has been walking through the pineapple fields for more than 25 years. With his business, he makes an impact on the local community. For the many seasonal workers, he is an agreeable employer. And for the 200 small-scale farmers he sources from, he is a reliable buyer. With a loan of 20,000 euros, Albe Farms can grow and become more sustainable. This will make their impact on the local communities even greater.

  • 5 new jobs
  • 25 people reached
Albe Farms
Entrepreneur
€20,000
Amount needed
12 months
Maturity
Impact loan
15%
Still €16,850 needed, 57 days to go

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