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Teresita Nacita

Philippines

Teresita’s house is in poor condition and she wants to create a better home for her family. At 60, she has applied for a loan to buy building materials such as cement, sand, concrete blocks, iron sheeting and gravel. She will pay local tradesmen to build internal partitions to increase the number of rooms. Also, a new external wall will make her home more private and secure.

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Ma.Victoria Capisen

Philippines

Ma. Victoria knows that her family’s living conditions make it hard for her one child to study at home. She requests a loan to repair their house and make it safer and more comfortable. She will use the loan to buy galvanised iron to rebuild the rusty, broken roof and cement to make a new floor. Ma.Victoria (37) believes these improvements will enhance her child’s quality of life.

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Merewalesi Rokocola

Fiji

Merewalesi (33) is a talented weaver and proud of her work. However, her husband’s wage is barely enough to meet all their needs. She will use her loan to buy the best quality dried Pandanus (“voivoi”)leaves and materials to weave her decorative and functional mats. With more of her handcraft wares available for sale, Merewalesi can provide the best for her family by doing what she loves.

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Vika Lalaciwa

Fiji

Vika and her family survive largely on her transportation business. She wants to improve their standard of living, but knows she must buy good quality parts of her minivan. Vika has requested a loan to finance these materials. With this important maintenance investment, and continued hard work, Vika hopes to booost her turnover, and have more cash to spare for her family’s well being.

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Melanie De Leon

Philippines

Melanie sells frozen foods from a stall on the main road near her village. She buys her stock from wholesalers in the central market and manages to make about $12 a day, depending on demand. She will use this loan to increase her inventory. Higher profits will help meet the cost of her children’s education and improve their living conditions.

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