A loan of $375 helped to buy additional items to sell, like rice, sugar, canned goods, sodas, and other snack foods.


Efigenia's story

Efigenia, a merchant, has owned a small grocery store for more than 15 years now. She lives in Panglao, Bohol, Philippines, with her nine grown children.

Her business consists of selling food and personal products rice, sugar, oil, beans, soda, and other snack foods. The business is the source of her daily income.

Efigenia needs to make further investments in her store, but she lacks the funds to do so. She is requesting a loan to buy additional items or merchandise to sell, like rice, sugar, canned goods, sodas, and other snack foods. With the loan, Efigenia will be able to augment her stocks to attract more customers, thus giving her the chance of increasing her sales.

Efigenia hopes to make her business grow and become more sustainable.



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