A loan of $1,175 helped to buy additional grocery items like eggs, noodles, shampoo and soap.


Imelda's story

Imelda is 42 years old and married. She has one kid who is going in school. Imelda runs a sari-sari (variety) store business in their village. She sells drinks, spices, breads and canned goods. Her goal in life is to continue to send her child to school so they will have a better future.

Imelda could not satisfy her customer’s wants because she had only minimal grocery items to sell. She wanted to increase the kinds of products to sell in their village, but she did not have enough capital to do it. In this connection, Imelda wishes for a loan of P50,000 to buy additional grocery items like eggs, noodles, shampoo and soap.

She hopes to make her store full of groceries to sell that will satisfy her customers needs. Through income she will earn from her business, she will provide her child's basic needs in school and their daily food.



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