A loan helped to buy mulberry for her tapa making business.


Mo'uifo'ou's story

This is Mo'uifo'ou, married to a farmer. She is a 43-year-old mother of five children. They reside in their own home with one relative living together from the outer islands for school purposes.

The tapa making business is their main source of income to provide for her family. Everyday their main duty is to beat the hard mulberry until it becomes soft. Together they decorate the mulberry, selling it in the local market for the buyers. They can only supply four customers a week but then they have another five more customers left.

They have a challenge because their hard mulberry plantation is still not good to harvest. Mo'uifo'ou applied for this loan because it will help them buy more hard mulberry from the market to continue to supply their customers. Her only vision is to educate her children to become independent in the future.


This loan is special because:

It helps proven female entrepreneurs grow their businesses and create jobs.



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