Total loan: $450

Evelyne Masag

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Port Vila, Shefa Province, Vanuatu / Retail

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A loan helped to purchase merchandise to restock her retail shop.

Evelyne Masag's story

Evelyne Masag is a 44-year-old mother of two children, ages 25 and 21, both of whom are attending university. Her husband is unemployed, so he helps whenever he can with her business. Evelyne Masag and her family live in a small apartment that is located in a rural suburb that is over four kilometers from the city of Port Vila, Vanuatu. Her community is large and the main industries are food and agriculture. The residents buy a lot of local products, so it is quite satisfactory for anyone to make an income in spite of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Evelyne Masag has requested a loan to buy merchandise so that she can restock her shop, provide better service to her customers, and also increase her revenue. She wants to make sure that her shop has products that her customers cannot find anywhere else. Evelyne Masag has been in business for over three years. She also does some sewing to earn extra household income. With the revenue from her business, she plans to pay for her children’s education so that they can secure well-paying jobs in the future. She also dreams of owning a piece of land where she can set up her business. Evelyne Masag believes the loan can help her and her family achieve greatness.