A loan of $425 helped to buy a greater volume and variety of meat to sell.


Narcisa's story

This is Narcisa, a married resident of Caloocan City, Philippines. Together with her children she manages the household while working. She works hard to continually earn enough money to cover their everyday expenses.


Narcisa sells processed meats. What she basically does is buy processed meat from a wholesaler, then sell it piecemeal at retail. Products can range from ham, hotdogs, processed pork and other meats like this. Her neighbors and the local community buy from her due to her low prices and the many options she offers. She earns a minimum of 300 PHP a day.


To keep her business running, Narcisa is requesting a 18,000 PHP loan from CCT. She wants to buy a greater volume and variety of meat to expand her inventory. She expects a boost in her income as she expands her business.


All CCT community clients are organized into fellowship groups of fifteen to thirty members who meet on a weekly basis. There they share stories of their work, repay microfinance loans and draw strength and inspiration from their study of the Word of God.


Narcisa hopes to be able to expand her business soon, as she dreams of giving her children a good, high-quality education through all of her hard work.



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