A loan helped to buy a sack of flour, a sack of sugar, yeast, plastic bags, wooden spoons, and frying pans.


Seuga's story

Seuga is a 72-year-old mother with 12 children. She owns and operates a small business of selling pancakes, pork cakes, and buns in her community so that she can earn a living. Seuga has been doing this for more than 10 years. She has requested for a loan to buy a sack of flour, a sack of sugar, yeast, plastic bags, wooden spoons, and frying pans so that she can continue her business.

In the near future, Seuga hopes to use her profits to build small bakery shop. She joined SPBD in 2011.


This loan is special because:

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



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