Entrepreneur Updates

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Mar 23 2017

Viviano's stall is incredibly well stocked

Viviano Piala runs a stall in the town's public market of Toledo in Cebu province. His stall is incredibly well stocked with various kinds to chips, biscuits, candies and other…
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Mar 23 2017

Rowena's restaurant business is doing well.

Rowena Sanchez runs a cafe. We visited on 22 March. Many customers were still eating at that time so I waited for her to finish what she was doing. Her…
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Mar 23 2017

Secondina Jaranilla has 2 more new clothes stalls

Secondina Jaranilla runs a stall in the town's public market of Toledo. She received a loan funded by Lendwithcare last August 2016. She operates other two stalls outside the market.…
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Mar 23 2017

Rodrigo's stall is doing well

Mr. Rodrigo Gamboa received a loan financed by Lendwithcare last January 2017. His stall is quite well stocked when I visited him. Rodrigo wakes up around five in the morning…
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Mar 23 2017

Rosamarie has increased her sales

Rosemarie was not at her fruit stand when we visited on 22 March. Her husband, Aniano, told me that Rosemarie went to their house to rest. However, Aniano talked to…
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Mar 23 2017

Mesalina bought a house and rents rooms

We visited Mesalina at her cafe and she told us that her business was going well. Her cafe has good ambiance and customers can eat comfortably. She employs two female…
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Mar 20 2017

Loveness is now the bread winner of her family

Loveness Soka a wife of a pastor with eight children runs a market stall in her local community selling basic groceries. She requested a loan from her local MFI to…
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Mar 20 2017

Linah is so proud of supporting her family

Linah Daka runs a market stall selling pots and basic vegetables on a retail basis in her village. She requested a loan to order the items she sells in bulk.…
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Mar 20 2017

Florina business grew and her profits increased

Florina Nyirenda runs a market stall selling second hand clothes for almost 14 years. She found some of the MFI training useful mainly learning how to write business plans and…
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Mar 20 2017

Charity is satisfied with the success achieved

Charity continues running her two businesses, raising poultry and selling second-hand clothes. Her school aged child continues in school. She finished paying the loan in March 2015, without any problems.…
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Mar 20 2017

Agness' vegetable garden is a success

Agness Phiri has a vegetable garden and sells fresh vegetables in her community. She used her portion of the loan to order seeds and to buy fertilizer and crop protection…
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Mar 20 2017

Esther feels confident about the future

Esther Nkhoma who runs a business selling kitchenware utensils finished paying her loan in March 2015. She is still running the same business and tells us that this has become…
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Mar 20 2017

Sara is happy to meet the needs of her family

Sara Banda runs a grocery stall selling different products to support her family. She is a widow with 4 children. She started her business after the death of her husband.…
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Mar 20 2017

Leah has her business established. Thanks lenders

Leah Mbewe is divorced with six children. She runs a grocery stall to put food on the table and support her three children to go to school. Her business is…
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Mar 20 2017

Ester boosted her business by the help of the loan

Ester Banda a member of Chimbelekelo invested her loan in her business. She used her share of the loan in ordering assorted groceries for her stall. By investing in her…
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Mar 20 2017

Everina uses a part of the profit to buy food

Updates of Everina Banda, she sells groceries by the roadside. The income from her business helps her support her children’s education and contribution towards her family’s household expenses. She applied…
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Mar 20 2017

Jessy is able to provide 3 meals to her family now

Last year Jessy Mantanje applied for a loan. After receiving the loan she invested the money in her business. She started her grocery store business to reduce poverty levels for…
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Mar 20 2017

Eunice is able to provide for her family

Eunice Mseka belongs to the Dalilani Group. The Dalilani Group members run small businesses to support their family’s basic needs. Eunice started her business because it is easy to manage…
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