A loan of $2,800 helped to buy a large amount of inventory for her variety store.

Pashke's story

Pashke is in her forties and has three school-aged children. She was raised in a family that was persecuted by the regime, and she was 22 years old when things changed in Albania with the collapse of communism. Yet, for many of these people who were raised and lived under such circumstances, it became very difficult to integrate back into society.

Pashke left her village and went to a different district, searching for a better life. There, six years back, she opened a variety store and has been operating it ever since. Her store is the only one in the village, and the profit is not bad, she claims.

Pashke wants now to buy a large amount of inventory items for her store and hopes that she will get some financial support from lenders. Her promise to them is that she will pay back the loan.

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