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Total loan: $1,200
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Ana Fati

Samoa
Aleisa, Samoa / Retail

A loan of $1,200 helped to buy timber and roofing to improve her green house for her flower business and additional gardening equipment.


Ana Fati's story

Aleisa is one of the most productive lands on the south west of Upolu Island. This special part of the island where vegetables and flower are grown. Ana Fati W. is one of the SPBD members that uses and make use of these lands. Ana’s family contains of seven members altogether. She got only one son who is not working and only one daughter who is mentally retarded. There is no one of the family working, the husband also not working and no other source of income for her and the family. Ana being a sixty seven year old woman stands out if you look at her environment. This is her business, she grows vegetables such as cabbages, spring onions and also a variety of flower plants that surrounded and decorates the appearance of the small unpretty house. Her sale for the week is $170 but if the supplies increase then sales also gets up to $250 a week for both flowers and vegetables. She is one of the very successful business women and her dream is a market overseas for her products.



Loan details

Loan length:

16 months
Disbursed date: October 18, 2007
Facilitated by Field Partner: South Pacific Business Development (SPBD)

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Loan details

Loan length:

16 months
Disbursed date: October 18, 2007
Facilitated by Field Partner: South Pacific Business Development (SPBD)