A loan of $750 helped to buy more school supplies (paper, pens, and notebooks), canned goods and soft drinks to sell.


Genita's story

Genita lives at Alcala with her spouse and three children. Her house is located near a school, which is why she put up a stall to sell school supplies and grocery items to earn income. She had been in business for over ten years and usually earns about PHP 10,000 each month. She uses her income as revolving capital in the business and to pay the education expenses of her children. She is now applying a loan of PHP 30,000 to increase her merchandise, for better sales and profits. She will buy more school supplies (paper, pens, and notebooks), canned goods and soft drinks to sell. With good profits, she will be able to keep diversifying her offerings and make them more profitable, to improve her family's standard of living.



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