I wanted to help my family in the Philippines to establish a small business that can help sustain my family's daily needs and to improve their lifestyle,partly,be able to have a nice and comfortable home to live on. Also, to make my youngest brother's wish come true,to put-up a "sari-sari store" or grocery store that can be a good source of income to help-out my parents. And, I want to channel the opportunity to my"kababayans" or fellow Mindanao people where I can possibly be a good help to travel to Mindanao and speak the native dialect of the lumads or Visayan dialect to promote this particular project or opportunity that can enhance and develop a good community service and enterprenuership in Mindanao,Philippines. I am currently in the US but not working,except my husband. Due to my family's needs in the Philippines that I have difficulty providing them with their needs as or resources here is also limited, viewing on TFC regarding KIVA program makes me excited to give a try and perhaps, I can be part for any developmental program for Mindanao.
I am a home-maker. I take care of my family and provide them more than what I could afford as means I love them more than myself. And, I am the financial in-charge of the home that make sure I pay bills on-time or look into a responsibility that involves financial issues to be at steak and in good shape for the benefit of the family and to what I can give unto others for my goods.