A loan of $600 helped to purchase more stock such as snacks, beverages, bread, cake and biscuits.

Selviyanti's story

Selviyanti, 32, is married to Wellem, 30, and they are both entrepreneurs. From their marriage, they are blessed with two children, Fira, 6, who is in the first grade of elementary school and Ijonk, a one year old baby boy. Since getting married, Selviyanti and family have been living with her parents. Nevertheless, she never relies on her parents to meet her family's daily needs.

Selviyanti runs a kiosk business in order to cover her family's needs. She runs her business with passion and even operates it in two places. From 7am to 1pm, Selviyanti operates her business at a school canteen, located about 3 km from her residence, selling snacks, cakes and beverages. In the afternoon, Selviyanti runs her kiosk, which is located in front of her parent’s house. Sometimes her husband assists her in operating this business.

Selviyanti dreams of expanding her kiosk business but she needs additional capital. She used to be in the TLM lending program for several cycles and has a good repayment record. She is now requesting a loan of 5,000,000 IDR to purchase more stock, such as snacks, beverages, bread, cake and biscuits, as demanded by the students, as well as petrol and kerosene to sell at her kiosk. She hopes TLM will approve her loan application.

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