Total loan: $1,200


Madang, Papua New Guinea, Madang Province, Papua New Guinea / Clothing

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A loan helped to purchase bulk materials for sewing.

Serah's story

Serah is a staying home mom, a mother of two kids. She’s engaged in a mini tailoring business. She sews ladies’ blouse and matching items. As she has two kids every morning she does her daily home duties after the kids are sent to school. She used to complete the incomplete task of sewing and do her normal daily sales at the main market in the nearby school area.

She found out that her talent has greatly impacted the lives of other informal mothers at the surrounding communities, which helps them save time and cost of travelling to town to buy from the supermarkets: they place orders and make monthly installment payments to her.

By sewing different styles of ladies’ blouses, most females really admire the type and shape she sews. Seeing good interests being earned and the popular demand, she wants to increase her order for new materials, thus she’s requesting a loan so it can help boost her production.