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Total loan: $1,150
Sinar Kasih Group
Susukan, Central Java, Indonesia / Food
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A loan helped to buy more inventory for her kiosk such as flour, eggs, and oil.
Sinar Kasih Group's story
Maria is 40 years old married with three children. They are eighteen, fifteen and ten years old. The older one already finished high school and the other two still go to school. Maria has been selling daily needs like eggs, oil and flour since 1981. She has a little kiosk near her house and people find it easy to access her kiosk. Her business is going well. She can help her husband who works for a publishing company to fulfill their family needs. This is her fourth loan with VisionFund Indonesia, and now she wants to add more inventory to her kiosk. She really likes running this business, because she can get extra money for her family and still can take care of her family. Her future plan for her children is have enough savings to send them to university. Also in the future she wants to open a bigger kiosk or even more, she would like to open a branch of her store.