A loan of $1,050 helped to purchase white cotton fabric and raw materials to start making tie-dye clothing to sell to retailers.


Marie's story

This is sixty-two-year-old Marie. She is divorced, and has four children aged forty-six, forty-four, forty-two and thirty-eight. In 1969, Marie established her business. She began her business because when her husband died, she had no way of making an income and her sister advised her to learn a trade. She started and improved gradually over the years. Working seven days a week and ten hours a day, she earns about SLL 2,500,000 every month from this business.

She would like a loan for SLL 4,500,000. Marie has already received and successfully repaid one loan, and now requires a new loan in order to purchase white cotton fabric and raw materials so she can make tie-dye clothing to sell to retailers. In the future, Marie plans to open a school to teach this trade and as a result, help her students to be self-sufficient. The increase in price of raw material is her challenge. She is very hardworking and committed to her business. She is looking forward to acquire subsequent loans in the future so that she can achieve her dream.

She thanks you for your support.



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