A loan helped to buy taro roots (seedlings), banana tubes (seedlings), chemicals, a backpack sprayer, and a chainsaw.

Ana's story

Ana is a 27-year-old mother with two children. She runs a business of selling taro and bananas in her community to earn a living. She has four years of experience with this business.

Ana works very hard to please her customers with her fresh taro and bananas. She thought she would earn more income if she planted more bananas and taro, but in order to do this, Ana needs a loan to buy taro roots (seedlings), banana tubes (seedlings), chemicals, a backpack sprayer and a chainsaw, to help her run the business. She even delivered her products to the flea market by using the bus (transportation).

She comes from a family in which no one works to earn a living, but only her business will help her family's needs. Her dream is that one day her family will have a great living standard.

She became a member of SPBD in 2016 to seek financing for her business. Ana realizes that your support will be a big help for her and her family to develop through financing.

This loan is special because:

It provides women with credit in a country where alternative financing is extremely scarce.

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