A loan of $550 helped to buy grocery items such as canned goods, bread, eggs, milk and sugar to sell..


Maxima's story

Running a retail store for a daily profit of P200 is what occupies Maxima's daily schedule. She keeps generating income to provide a good education for her two children. She has six children. Four of them are married and now live independently.

According to her, she has many competitors in the village who sell the same items as she sells so she needs to buy more grocery items for her store. She is now requesting a loan of P23,000 to buy items such as canned goods, bread, eggs, milk and sugar to sell.

In the future, she would like to see her two children finish a degree and someday seek good employment and help lift their family out of poverty.



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