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Microloans are small financial loans provided to people with low incomes or who do not have access to traditional financial services. These loans are designed to help entrepreneurs and microentrepreneurs start, expand or improve their businesses.


The main characteristic of microloans is that they are granted to individuals or groups that do not have access to conventional financial services, such as bank accounts, credit cards or traditional loans.


Microloans are usually relatively low in amount and are granted with short repayment terms. In addition, they are often provided without requiring formal guarantees or collateral, as confidence in the borrower's ability to repay the loan is a key factor in the lending process.


These loans can be used for a variety of purposes, such as the purchase of tools or machinery, the supply of inputs, the expansion of productive capacity or investment in income-generating activities. Microloans may also be accompanied by business training or financial counseling to help borrowers better manage their businesses and increase their chances of success.


Microcredit has become an important tool for fostering financial inclusion and promoting economic development.


Non-governmental organizations, microfinance institutions and some banks are often the providers of microloans, working closely with local communities to identify and support suitable beneficiaries.


At Global Venezula Social and Business Club we provide microloans with the objective of fostering entrepreneurship and supporting the economic development of vulnerable communities by providing financial resources and, sometimes, business training. These programs seek to empower local entrepreneurs, enabling them to start or expand their small businesses and improve their living conditions.

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