A loan of $250 helped to buy medicine and hog feed.


Nora's story

Nora is 41 years old, married and had three children. Raising hogs to re-sell serves as their livelihood. From the small business they have, she acquires income for their sustenance. Whenever she sells an animal she raises, she usually earns about P3,000 per hog. The money is used for the family's expenses and allowances of her children. She is now borrowing a loan of P10,000 in order to buy medicine and hog feed. It will help maintain good growth of her hogs. Someday, though she has only a small piggery, she hopes to keep increasing her sales for all her children's education.



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