A loan of $1,000 helped to buy spices, powdered juice, canned goods, and breads, to add to the other items she currently sells in her store.

Myrna's story

Myrna is a loving mother of two children. Her children are both in college level of education, and they attend classes. Myrna has always seen that her children have enough money for going to school, including their other needs in school, like projects and tuition fees.

Myrna is 41 years of age. Her husband is a farmer, and a tricycle operator as well. Myrna engages in a sari-sari (convenience store) business in their village. She sells snack foods, beverages and condiments, like cooking oil, vinegar and soy sauce. She also sells some vegetables.

Myrna wants to diversify the items she currently sells. She is asking for a loan of PHP 40,000 to buy spices, powdered juice, canned goods, and breads. In the future, her children will finish their education as a result of income she earns from the business, and they will become professionals some day.

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