A loan helped to renovate her flea market store after it was destroyed by the cyclone.


'Anaseini's story

Meet 'Anaseini. She is 52 years old, a proud mother of five children and a wife of a farmer. 'Anaseini runs a flea market business where she sells clothes and shoes in town from her own store. She has been running this business for five years now, and the business contributes to the growth of her family.

Her husband is a farmer, but 'Anaseini tends to run her own business and make her own money to help her family. In April, Tropical Cyclone Harrot hit Tonga and damaged many homes, including 'Anaseini's clothing store. Now she is applying for a loan to help renovate her flea store.


This loan is special because:

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



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