A loan of $200 helped to buy more bread to sell.


Henry's story

Bread delivery and hog raising are Henry's main sources of income. His daily net income is Php 500.00. He wants to take a loan of PHP 9,000.00 because he will use it for the additional needs of his business. He wants to buy more bread to sell to gain more income. He is also a part time electrician in their baranggay. According to him, he will do his best in order to meet his family needs and he will pursue his businesses in order to have a bountiful and productive life.
He has been married to Rosal C. for almost six years now, and they are blessed with three children. Hansel, 14, is a second year high school student; John Rey, 11, is in grade four; and Veronica, 9, is in grade two. They reside in the village of Calaocan, Cabatuan, Isabela, a rural area. Their house is near the Day Care School and the national highway. He hopes that KIVA lenders will grant his loan to pursue his business to become profitable.



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