Total loan: $2,575


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Ha'ateiho, Tongatapu, Tonga / Agriculture

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A loan helped to pay for the exportation of their crop container, and also plow their plantation.

Fine's story

Meet Fine. She is a 51 year-old-widow with only two sons. She lives together with her two sons in their own home.

Fine and her sons continue running her husband's farming. They have their own plantation where diverse types of crops are grown.

Fine applies for a loan to pay for the overseas exportation of their crop container. The container is loaded with yams, taro and also cassava. It is sent to her brother and he sells it overseas then sends the money to Fine. Not only that, but Fine also sells crops from her own market stall in town. Her sons take care of their plantation, and sometimes they also help their mother in selling their crops. They also deliver cassava to some restaurants. Their business is running very well and they are going to keep it that way.

She will also use some of her loan money to plow their plantation because they decided to also grow vegetables, and that is their next move.