A loan of $500 helped to buy grocery items such as cooking oil, canned goods, instant noodles, shampoo, soft drinks and some frozen foods.


Eliza's story

Eliza works hard in order to earn a living. She is 33 years of age, married to a welder and blessed with five children. Currently, four of her children go to school, while her youngest child is still an infant. Eliza described herself as a friendly, humble and industrious woman. She really aspires to become a successful entrepreneur someday. So, she patiently runs her variety store in order to attain her goals for her business and her family. Eliza would like to increase the volume of merchandise she offers to her local community, but her capital is not enough. In connection with this, she requests a loan of 20,000 PHP (Philippines pesos), which allows her to buy grocery items such as cooking oil, canned goods, instant noodles, shampoo, soft drinks and some frozen foods. She believes that through her patience and re-stocking her variety store, she will be able to earn better income, which will serve her family's daily consumption and the education of her four children.



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