A loan of $250 helped to buy groceries such as soft drinks, canned goods, noodles, baked breads, candies, hog feed, rice and rice bran..


Veronica's story

"Patience pays," says Veronica. "Without it, you would not bear fruits to harvest someday," she adds. Her dream is to save for her children's education in college, for she believes that education is the only resource she can give them that cannot be stolen by anyone.

Veronica, 35 years old, is married with three school-age children. She is managing a general store in her village somewhere in Mallig. She rolled approximately 25,000 Philippine pesos (PHP) into the business four years ago. Each month, Veronica's income ranges from 10,000 PHP to 20,000 PHP, including her husband's monthly earnings from his charcoal-making activity.

Now Veronica is requesting a 10,000 PHP loan as additional capital to roll into her store and use to buy stock of groceries such as soft drinks, canned goods, noodles, baked breads, candies and many more. Veronica also wants to buy hog feed, rice and rice bran as added products to offer in the store in order to further increase her income for the future welfare of her family.



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