A loan of $250 helped to buy soft dinks, canned goods, and noodles to sell in her store.


Maria Theresa's story

Selling both food and daily-use products is the primary source of income upon which Maria Theresa and her family rely. She makes only about P3,000 each month from her business. She sells sardines, soap, shampoo, sugar, milk and coffee. She has been operating this business for almost three years. Income generated from the business went to school fees and allowances of her four children. She is asking for additional capital of P10,000 to buy soft dinks, canned goods, and noodles to sell in her store. These additional items would help increase sales capacity. In the future, she aims for a better quality of life for her family, especially financing the education of her children.



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