Madiada, 43, lives in Kakata with her husband and has four children, aged between 11 and 29. Three of her children are independent; only one of them stays with her at home. Madiada stopped her education in the 12th grade. She has been operating a provisions shop for the past ten years, selling bread, candy, soft drinks, biscuits, mineral water and many other items. Madiada started this business with a small amount that she had been saving in a savings club. She is proud of her business because she makes profit, which she uses to buy more goods and improve her life. Madiada has requested this loan to purchase more bread, sardines, candy, soft drinks and biscuits for the business. Her future plan is to become a big businesswoman.