Sunui joined SPBD in April 2005. She run a small taro plantation with the help of her husband and her two sons. She has six children and the family is very poor, to the point where she sometimes cannot afford to send her children to school. She has been working hard on her farm because this is the only source of income for her family. On Saturdays, Sunui sells the taro in the market where she can earn up to US$120-160. People in her village also buy from her sometimes.
Sunui is planning to use her Kiva loan to build a small place on the road side where she can sell coconuts, pumpkins, beans, tomatoes and cabbages in addition to taro.