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Manu Vakameilalo


Manu Vakameilalo lives in a rural village with her husband and nine children. The family works 1 acre where they cultivate yam and cassava crops. Manu also has a second business, selling clothes and shoes. She requests a loan to expand her clothes and shoe business. Manu’s dream is one day to build her own retail shop in her house.


Katalina Tuavao


Katalina Tuavao seeks a loan to help grow her sewing business. At 44, she lives with her husband and their five children. She has been able to apply her seamstress skills to generate some extra income for her family. Katalina will use this loan to repair her old sewing machine, buy more fabric, threads and garment accessories to boost her workshop’s output. She hopes one day to build a separate shed to house her sewing enterprise.


Christine joy Gelera


Selling fresh fish every day for $12, Christine (24) struggles to cover household costs. So she is raising a loan to buy more fish from her suppliers and, with full hampers every morning, is sure she can serve more customers with this cheap and tasty favourite. Christine knows more stock could double her takings, which will allow her to replace fish sold with fresh supplies.