A loan helped to buy mulberry for her tapa making business and also supplies for her family during this hard time.


Kasanita's story

Kasanita is a mother to four children. Her husband is a farmer, and they live at their own home. Currently, she is running a tapa making business, where she joins a group of women in their village, and together they make tapas, lots of them in just once a week. She sells her tapas to friends and families from overseas and also at the local market. Not only that, but she also prepares soft tapas and sells them. Her business is the main source of income for their family.

She is hoping to use her loan money to buy mulberry for her tapa making business and also supplies for her family during this hard time due to COVID-19. All she ever wanted is a good life in the future for her children.


This loan is special because:

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



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