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Total loan: $600

San Jose Masayahin 5 Group

Antipolo City, Calabarzon, Philippines / Food

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A loan helped to buy a steamer, food trays and dimsum to sell to her customers and enable her to have a new business while keeping her existing business operational.


San Jose Masayahin 5 Group's story

Emilita and the rest of the San Jose Masayahin 5 group is thankful for the loan extended to them. The group made it a point to repay their loan back in time and that despite the Covid-19 pandemic. For the group, the loan entrusted to them is important and by repaying it completely, they are hopeful to gain a positive credit record. Despite the difficulties, the group also strive to establish alternative businesses that are considered essential as added income generating activities. For her part, Emilita has opened a small stall selling snack items. Emilita is requesting a loan to buy a steamer, food trays and dimsum to sell to her customers and enable her to have a new business while keeping her existing business operational. As before, the loan amount will be shared with other members of the group who like Emilita are also into establishment of other income generating activities in support of their economies. The group commits to pay back the loan in time as they have done in the past. Note: This is a group loan but only Emilita was photographed as the government prohibits any social gathering.