A loan of $750 helped to purchase more food items like eggs, spices, cabbages, and tomatoes.

Antasia's story

Antasia is a 35-year-old businesswoman who lives in Juba. She is married and has four children between the ages of 10 and 2. Two of them go to school.

Antasia has been running a food store business for two years. She has no employees. Antasia heard about Finance Sudan through fellow clients. She is taking a loan of 2,000 SDG to purchase more food items like eggs, food spices, cabbages, and tomatoes. Antasia has no other source of income.

In five years time, Antasia would like to hope for an increase in the size of her business and to have a good store.

Her major challenges include having no one to help her in the market when she is sick, which leads to low income.

Antasia says that she is happy for Finance Sudan’s support in South Sudan for helping women in terms of giving loans to people like her with low capital for business.

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