A loan of $1,000 helped to buy books, pans, water, coffee, sugar, milk, canned fish, snacks, and oils.


Leocadia's story

Leocadia is married, and she has four children She is running a kiosk that helps her to generate income for her family; she opened her kiosk a year ago with her own working capital of $600. She is also raising goats, buffalo, horses, pigs, and dogs around the house. Leocadia has garden crops such as vegetables, papayas, corn, and bananas. Leocadia is taking a loan of $1000 to improve her business. She will use the loan to buy stock to keep in her store, such as books, pans, water, coffee, sugar, milk, canned fish, snacks, and oils. She is a hard-working woman, and she hopes to run a bigger business in the future. Leocadia is happy with this loan because to it is offered to poor people to improve their living conditions for the future.



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