A loan of $125 helped additional working capital.


Flordeliza's story

Flordeliza Bernadino, married and with two children, learned by herself how to become a good entrepreneur simply by risking her money for a sari-sari business (a community based variety store). She chose to engage in this kind of business so she can still have time to keep the house clean, cook for her children and do the other household chores when there are no customers. Her store is usually open from 6:30 in the morning to 8:00 in the evening.

Flordeliza is borrowing $125 as additional working capital because she wants to buy more products like soft drinks, canned goods (meat loaf, corn beef, sardines), cooking oil, sugar, coffee and milk which are in great demand in her community. She knows that with a variety of products to sell her income will increase and she can then support the education of her children. At the moment, her eldest is already in college.



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