A loan helped to buy items to resell in her store, like spices, shampoo, canned goods and beverages.

Debbie's story

Debbie is 61 years of age, married, and has three children. Debbie manages a sari-sari (convenience) store in their village. Among other things, she sells snack foods, soap and soft drinks. Debbie proudly says that she and her husband run the business. They don't have farmland for an additional source of income, but they are doing their best to meet their family's needs.

Debbie's and her husband's priority is to support their children who are in college. They don't waste any opportunity that will help them pursue their children's college level of education.

Debbie wants to add new products to those she offers to her customers, but she can't do it because she doesn't have enough capital. She is asking for a loan of PHP 60,000 to buy spices, shampoo, canned goods and beverages, to resell. In the future, Debbie will see her children become degree holders and professionals.

This loan is special because:

It allows this borrower to access a loan, plus other family-oriented services.

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