A loan of $1,000 helped to rent a market kiosk and buy silk clothes to sell.


Sat's story

Sat M., 42, has been selling beef. She sells beef that she buys in bulk, on credit, from butchers and runs her business in the busy local market. She always pays her suppliers after she finishes selling her items. She starts selling in the morning and is finished in the late afternoon, with much income.


Sat M. wants to generate extra revenue by investing in a new business as a silk clothes seller in the market. Her capital is not sufficient to open. Therefore, she would like a loan of $1000 for capital to use to rent a market kiosk and buy silk clothes to begin selling.


Sat M. was married, but divorced her husband years ago, and she has a daughter who is married. Her daughter and her son-in-law live with her in the family home. She and her grandchild are in the photo.



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