A loan of $450 helped to be used to renew her motorcycle and for stocks of groceries such as assorted biscuits, cooking oil, sugar, and coffee for her general store.

Gloria's story

Gloria lives with her husband and five children. Three of them are married; one is working and the youngest child is still studying.

Gloria's spouse works as a farmer, welder, and tricycle driver. She is thankful because with their perseverance and hard work they are able to improve their way of living. But she and her spouse still aim for a stable business in order to secure their family's bright future and educate their youngest child. Gloria doesn't only focus her business activities on farming and transportation; she also runs her home-based retail store where she offers different kinds of merchandise.

Gloria plans to add to the groceries she offers because her place is quite far from the market. In addition, her motorcycle registration needs to be renewed so she won't be caught by the LTO (Land transportation officer) personnel. To address this situation, Gloria is requesting a loan of PHP18,000. She knows that it would be a big help in making her businesses more productive and would allow her to maintain good service for her transportation business.

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