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3 people are supporting Virginia Cayabyab

Virginia Cayabyab

City: Tablang, Paniqui, Tarlac Country: Philippines Loan Use: to buy additional products
Loan Term: 24 Date Posted: November 20, 2017 First Repayment: October 03, 2017
Opportunity International Client Virginia Cayabyab

Virginia is a hardworking mother of five children living in Tarlac. she runs a small convenience store in their village, which is the main source of income for their family, while her husband works as a farmer to help her generate a more sustainable income for the family. Virginia wanted to improve her store and provide better service since there are lots of convenience stores in their area. When she joined Opportunity International, she received valuable financial training to optimize her store. She also received a loan that she will use to buy additional groceries and products in order to expand her store, and improve her livelihood. She looks forward to having an improved income and business management. She is doing it for her children and for a better future.

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