100%

funded

Total loan: $2,600

Manu

Flag of Tonga
Malapo, Tongatapu, Tonga / Agriculture

Manu's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!


A loan helped to plow their plantation and also buy a new engine for their fishing boat.


Manu's story

Greetings from Manu. She is a widow with five grown-up children. Manu lives together with two of her sons and their families at their own home.

Together as a family, they run a farming and fishing business, where one of her sons takes care of their plantation, while the other one does the fishing. These two businesses are their primary source of income.

Manu and the wives help with marketing the crops and selling the fish. They each have their own individual stall, where they sell the crops and the fish. Manu maintains their business income well, so the business keeps on running and the family is also satisfied.

She even witnesses the help of the loans she took from SPBD for her family and their business. She is a responsible center chief during center meetings, and she repays her loans well.

This time, she applied for a loan to plow their plantation and also buy a new engine for their fishing boat.

Her next plan is to expand their house and repair some minor damage.