A loan of $1,175 helped to purchase some pieces of UPS, some hard disk drives, flash drives, and A4 paper to sell.


Bai's story

This is Bai. He is 37, married, and has one child, aged 3 years. He has two additional dependents who live with him and help with his business while they attend school. In 2000, Bai established his business. Working seven days a week and 11 hours a day, he earns about SLL 2,4000,000 every month. One major challenge he faces is the unstable foreign exchange rate. Bai would like a loan in the amount of SLL 5,000,000. He requires a loan in order to purchase some pieces of UPS, some hard disk drives, flash drives and A4 paper to sell. This will increase his working capital and he is looking forward to subsequent loans. Bai used profit from his last loan to support his family by providing livelihood for them. He was unable to open the new computer shop he plans to open, however, he says he is working very hard to achieve this. Bai describes himself as hard-working and committed to his business. In the future, Bai plans to open a computer school. He thanks you for your support.



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