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CLECAM

Less risk, more impact and a boost for women empowerment. With this indirect loan of 50,000 euros, Rwandan microcredit partner CLECAM can provide 250 trained farmers, the majority of them women, with small loans to build a sustainable income for their families with agriculture.

  • 250 people reached
Clecam Ejo-Heza
Entrepreneur
€50,000
Amount needed
24 months
Maturity
Impact loan
90%
Still €4,650 needed, 25 days to go

RéPAB 4

The market for fresh pineapple doing well, especially if it’s organic. Good news for RePAB’s pineapple farmers! This farmers' cooperative in Benin grows their pineapples in an environment-friendly way and is certified Organic. With this loan of 20,000 euros, the cooperative can buy pineapples from another 50 farmers and create 1 extra permanent and 87 extra seasonal jobs, mainly for women who harvest the pineapple.

  • 1 new jobs
  • 50 people reached
RePAB
Entrepreneur
€20,000
Amount needed
18 months
Maturity
Impact loan
31%
Still €13,800 needed, 38 days to go

Sereni Fries 9

"To grow, you need working capital" Sereni Fries founder Humphrey explains. The Kenyan potato processing company is about to enter a promising new market. Good news for small potato farmers like Walter and Lucy, from whom Sereni Fries buys its potatoes. This €15,000 loan will allow the company to further invest in the production process of the new frozen food line. "We expect 250% growth" Humphrey says. A lot of potatoes are needed for that. With this loan 129 extra farmers will have more income, and 9 new jobs are created.

  • 9 new jobs
  • 129 people reached
Sereni Fries
Entrepreneur
€15,000
Amount needed
12 months
Maturity
Impact loan
35%
Still €9,700 needed, 49 days to go

High Level Farms

Positive palm oil, it can be done! In fact, this versatile product offers good opportunities for poverty stricken small-scale farmers to improve their livelihoods. In a sustainable way of course, with attention for biodiversity and the environment. High Level Farms shows how. With this loan of 25,000 euros the Ghanaian company can make its production process more sustainable and has working capital to buy more raw materials from 3 new farmers. It also creates 4 new permanent and 6 seasonal jobs.

  • 4 new jobs
  • 3 people reached
High Level Farms
Entrepreneur
€25,000
Amount needed
12 months
Maturity
Impact loan
52%
Still €11,850 needed, 49 days to go

AgriNet

This social enterprise in Uganda offers technical advice to small farmers on their cell phones. Four years ago, they saw a good market opportunity and started processing soy and maize. The demand for this is high in Kenya and Uganda. AgriNet buys the soy and maize from 20,000 small farmers, whom they also continue to provide technical supprt. This increases farmers’ skills ánd income. With this loan of 35,000 euros, 700 farmers will benefit and 1 permanent and 7 temporary new jobs will be created.

  • 1 new jobs
  • 700 people reached
AgriNet
Entrepreneur
€35,000
Amount needed
12 months
Maturity
Impact loan
19%
Still €28,100 needed, 53 days to go

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