A loan helped to pay for 10 sacks of rice, a sack of dried beans, a sack of corn, and soft drinks.
Florine, aged 45, is a married woman. Her husband works as TV and radio repairman. The number of children is three, of whom two are already married, and the third is 15 years old and in the 9th grade at a private school. Florine also supports a grandchild.
Her grocery store is located in her home. The market is solid. There is not much competition. Business development depends on diversifying the products offered and the inventory. This loan is aimed at increasing her inventory of rice, dried beans, corn, and soft drinks. The couple’s dream is to build a house to rent out.
This loan is special because:
It supports entrepreneurs in Madagascar with a full suite of financial services.