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How it works: Local retailers supply clinics with consumables like medicines, painkillers, syringes and disinfectants.

Why it's important: The bulk of health care in developing countries is provided by small neighborhood clinics, which offer affordable or even donated treatment of common ailments. Small-scale traders connect these clinics with much-needed supplies, but there are not enough of them, and the clinics frequently run out - forcing patients to do without or seek treatment elsewhere. The presence of these supplies can determine whether a patient can be vaccinated with a safe unused syringe, a victim of a traffic accident can be administered a painkiller, or a child ill with malaria receives timely medication.

What your loan can do: Clinics often treat patients regardless of ability to pay. As a result, they are frequently short of cash, and this undermines their ability to purchase large supplies of medical consumables at wholesale prices. Whether you support a clinic or a health product supplier, your loan can alleviate suffering and even save lives.


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$30
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Ameyaw Kwaku Nti
Sunyani, Ghana

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$30 
Still Needed
13
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Health
$36
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Suedi Daryono
Bekasi, Indonesia

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$36 
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7
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Health
$36
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Suef Daut
Bandar Lampung, Indonesia

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$36 
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Health
$51
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Justin Mugo
Tenwek, Kenya

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$51 
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10
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Health
$61
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Eneng Hilda Andriani
Sukabumi, Indonesia

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$61 
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12
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Health
$65
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Siska Jasmin
Surabaya, Indonesia

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$65 
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8
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Health
$171
Needed

Dayan J N Tembo
Ndola, Zambia

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$171 
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13
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Health
$230
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Able Otaso
Kotie, Ghana

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$230 
Still Needed
11
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Health Volunteer Mentor
$389
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Amo Frimpong Isaac
Techiman, Ghana

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$389 
Still Needed
10
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Health
$928
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Samuel Opoku-frempong
Twumduase, Ghana

3% 
Funded
$928 
Still Needed
10
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