A loan of $750 helped to buy grocery items like condiments, spices, drinks, powder juice, and powdered milk to sell.


Emma's story

Emma started her sari-sari store business when she requested a loan from ASKI. She is 37 years old, married, and has two children attending school. She wishes to grow her business for a continuous source of income whereby she can make profits that serve as her children's allowances for school. Emma’s husband is a farmer. They grow corn and rice on their farm. Their income from farming is an additional source of income to support their daily living and their children's needs in school. In regard to her wish, Emma believes that borrowing a loan of PHP 33,000 is an opportunity for her to grow the business. She will use the loan to buy grocery items like condiments, spices, drinks, powder juice, and powdered milk to sell. She hopes to increase her sales and income as well.



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