A loan helped to increase her trade store goods.


Jennifer's story

Jennifer is self-employed, working in her trade store for 5 years. She's from Wewak in the East Sepik Province. She started her business from table market sales and eventually opened a trade store business which she is currently running.

At her trade store, she sells a variety of goods such as rice, tinned fish, noodles, meggie cubes, cane drinks, and more. However, due to customer demand, most of the store goods are in high demand. Thus, she requested additional funds to purchase more goods.


This loan is special because:

It promotes financial independence for marginalized women entrepreneurs.



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