A loan of $475 helped to buy ingredients, raw pork, vegetables, and fish for his restaurant.

Sonny's story

Sonny is 41 years old, married, and has two children. His eldest son is a high-school student, and his youngest is still an infant. He really appreciates his wife's efforts in order to earn a living.

Sonny has a restaurant business. His restaurant location is in the public market of Santiago. According to him, their main source of income comes primarily from their restaurant. Sonny needs to double his patience in running his business in order to obtain greater profit for his family's needs. His income goes to their daily expenses, allowance for his child, the basic needs of his infant, and rent for the restaurant. So his income is no longer enough to buy ingredients, raw pork, vegetables, and fish. For this reason, he is asking for a loan amounting to 20,000 Philippine pesos. He hopes that his requested loan amount will be granted so that he can improve his restaurant and satisfy his customers' demand. In this way, he could encourage more customers to eat in his restaurant, and, most of all, he could obtain more profits to save for his children's education.

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