A loan of $1,125 helped to purchase a box of mutton flaps, chicken legs, sausages, potatoes, vegetables, fruit, a sack of sugar, rice, flour, salt, baking powder, a new stove, new Chinese pots and a teapot.


Tuvalu's story

Tuvalu S., 38, is married with 7 children. She has many years of experience in the food business. She sells to families and at the public market 5 days a week. She has had 7 previous loans with SPBD. Tuvalu would like a loan to purchase a box of mutton flaps, chicken legs, sausages, potatoes, vegetables, fruit, a sack of sugar, rice, flour, salt, baking powder, a new stove, new Chinese pots and a teapot. She expects her weekly net cash flow to be 400 Tala (~166 USD). SPBD loans are Tuvalu's only access to capital because she does not qualify for a loan with the traditional banks. This loan will help her support her kids at school and keep her church commitments.



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