A loan helped to buy 10 sacks of rice, canned goods and noodles, as well as three secondhand computers to restart her computer shop.


Maricel's story

Recently Maricel experienced a crisis, when she saw her sari-sari store and computer shop burned to ashes when a fire broke out in her community. Though devastated she still is thankful that her life and their children's lives were spared. Maricel is starting again, using her personal savings for her children and her savings in SEED. She put up her sari-sari store (grocery store) and sells basic goods like rice, cooking oils and canned goods to her neighbors, since people in her community are still coming to her to buy from her store. She wants to buy wholesale again and put back her computer shop, so she could hire her helpers that depend on her for their salary.

Maricel wanted to loan an amount of PhP 150,000 to buy 10 sacks of rice, canned goods and noodles, as well as secondhand computers to restart her computer shop. The loan will enable her to restock her lost supplies, buy her groceries wholesale and also hire a helper.

Maricel is working hard to get her business back again so she can save for her children's education and also help her neighbors.



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