Total loan: $3,025


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Malang, East Java, Indonesia / Retail

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A loan helped to purchase 180 water filters to sell to her fellow villagers, providing them with safe drinking water.

Siti's story

Mrs. Siti is the mother of three children and lives in Kepanjen, Malang Regency on Java Island in Indonesia, one of the most populous places in the world.

In Indonesia, you cannot drink from the tap and most people don't even have a tap. For that reason, most inhabitants of Indonesia boil the water before they drink it. Or, if they have they money, they buy bottled water.

Mrs. Siti heard of a new option for disinfecting water when the promotion crew from Nazava Water Filters held a safe water training in her vicinity. Nazava Water Filters filter well, rain, and city water so it becomes safe to drink without boiling, without using fuel or electricity.

Mrs. Siti, who is also a health worker, took the opportunity and became the reseller of Nazava Water Filters in her community. This is the third time Mrs. Siti has applied for a loan. She has an excellent record in repaying her loans.

This loan will allow Mrs. Siti to buy 180 filters and sell them on consignment to her community, making safe drinking water available to 900 people.