Total loan: $400
Solo Solo, Atua, Samoa / Food
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A loan helped to buy raw ingredients for cooked foods.
Faigame Isara P. is 23 and married with 1 child. She owns a business venture, selling Samoan Biscuit made from breadfruit. Faigame has 1 year of experience in this business. Faigame needs a loan of WST $1000 to buy raw ingredients for cooked foods. She plans to use the earnings from her business (estimated to be 500 talas or US $208 per week) to improve/expand the business. In 2010, Faigame joined SPBD. This is her 1st loan with SPBD. SPBD's loans are Faigame's only access to capital because she was never able to qualify for a loan with traditional banks. The following social metrics for Faigame Isara P. are provided by SPBD*: Overall Social Metric Score: 1.6 out of 3 Level of Education: 1.5 out of 3 Level of total Household Income: 1.7 out of 3 Quality of Household Assets: 2.3 out of 3 *SPBD measures the living conditions of each of its borrowers to track her loan progress. The overall social metric score, provided by SPBD, is based upon a number of factors, such as the condition of the house/household assets, health, education, income level, and family reputation. A higher number represents a higher score. For example, a ""3 out of 3"" on education would mean that the borrower has graduated from university; a ""2 out of 3"" = secondary/high-school, and a ""1 out of 3"" would mean that the borrower is uneducated. For more information on this score, please see SPBD's partner page at: http://partners.kiva.org/about/aboutPartner?id=15 About SPBD In 2000, Greg Casagrande founded SPBD and since then, it has expanded from the main island of Upolu in Samoa to Savaii, as well as Tonga. SPBD's philosophy of lending is based upon the Grameen Bank lending method. Please join SPBD's lending team on KIVA to receive on-the-spot updates on SPBD: http://www.kiva.org/community/viewTeam?team_id=8375