A loan helped a member to buy more goods such as rice, salt, potatoes, onions, cooking oil, etc. to fill her shop.


Lwin Lwin's Group's story

The featured borrower, Lwin Lwin, is 46 years old, who lives with her family in a village, “Dala” Township. There are seven family members in her family including two students who are studying in primary and middle schools.

She runs a grocery shop in front of her house, selling dry goods such as rice, cooking oil, charcoal, onion, and snacks. She has been doing this business for the past 20 years. She is asking for a loan to buy more stocks to fill her shop. She uses her profit for family expenses, education costs for her children.

She wants her child to graduate from university. She thanks lenders because of supporting micro-businesses, people can improve their income generation activities.

In this group: Lwin Lwin, Lei Lei, Khin Myo, Maung, Nyo Nyo


This loan is special because:

It helps stimulate essential business activities in underserved communities.



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