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A loan helped to buy more mulberries for her tapa-making business.
Her business is tapa making, where she joined a group of tapa-making women in their own village, and they conduct the tapa making only once in a week. During their tapa making, they make different types and size of tapa, according to their preference and also to the customer's demand.
Sinita has been doing the tapa making for many years, and it helps a lot with her family's needs and wants. Not only does she do the tapa making, but she also does tapa decoration with any designs required by the customer.
She sells her products to families overseas and also in the local market. Her vision is to continue running her business and to earn more money, so she will be able to send her kids overseas for further education.