A loan helped to buy rice flour, sugar, and materials for making crepes.


Jumpa's story

Jumpa lives with her children in the northeastern region of Thailand. Basically, her family makes a living by growing rice and selling crepes.

She has run the business, selling crepes, since 2005 and it is capable to generate income for spending in her family. During this period, she has looked for an opportunity to invest in her business and then applied for the Kiva loan to buy rice flour, sugar, and materials for making crepes.

The loan will support her to obtain materials sufficiently for serving her customers as well as support the woman entrepreneur in the rural area to increase more income.


This loan is special because:

It helps women living in rural areas improve financial literacy and invest in their businesses.



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