A loan of $1,000 helped to buy more piglets and to start a shop for her son to sell mobile phones.


Perm's story

Perm N., 46, is married and has four children. Three of her children are students while the oldest one is employed as a garment factory worker with a fair income.

N. is engaged in pig raising which is the primary income of the family. She and her husband have been involved in the same business at their house and, together, they can make a typical income of US$4 per day. However, her husband is also a motorbike repairman in addition to his current business to earn more income for his family.

N. has requested a loan of US$1,000 to purchase more pigs and, with the amount leftover, she wants to purchase a small phone shop for her son to sell mobile phones in a local market. She hopes that with the several businesses she and her family members operate, she will be able to better her standard of living.



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