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4 people are supporting Julie Ann Duldulao

Julie Ann Duldulao

City: Pulong bahay, Quezon, Nueva Ecija Country: Philippines Loan Use: additional capital
Loan Term: 24 Date Posted: December 01, 2017 First Repayment: April 06, 2017
Opportunity International Client Julie Ann Duldulao

Julie Ann Duldulao likes with her husband, Bernabe, and their two children in Pulong Bahay, Philippines. For several years, she has managed a broom production business and shop as the main source of income for the family. While her husband works as a farmer, Julie Ann makes brooms with natural still grass materials like broom corn or sotol fiber. Despite their combined incomes, they experienced financial hardship due to low income and lack of capital. Everything began to change when her friend introduced her to Opportunity International. Julie Ann joined a Trust Group, received valuable financial training and a loan which she intends to use to expand her business. With this growth, she plans to provide her children with a good education and raise her family out of poverty

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