Eseta Kolo

‘Eseta would like to build her own house. But to afford this she needs to generate more income from her tapa making business, the traditional printed cloth presented in marriage or wedding events in Tonga. At present she, her husband and children share a home with relatives. To resolve this challenge, ‘Eseta has applied for a loan to recapitalise her tapa making venture, and with more materials and accessories, boost her output and sales. She is confident that with a good client base in the local market, she can find customers for her increased production.

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Loan Update
Date: Friday, 27 October 2017 10:59 AM
From: Good Return
Good Return has received a loan request from Eseta Kolo. This loan is due to be disbursed on the 22/09/2017 on the understanding that Good Return will raise funds from the public to finance it. Learn more about borrower disbursement dates.
Loan Update
Date: Monday, 20 November 2017 10:35 AM
From: Good Return
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about the borrower

Borrower Name
Eseta Kolo
Location
Houma L3
Country
Tonga
Activity
Handicrafts
Loan Use
Tapa Making
Term
52 Week
Posted
27 October 2017
Loan Status
Partially Funded
Amount $350.00
Raised $25.00
Needed $325.00

about the field partner

Name of field partner
SPBD Tonga (view profile)
Country
Tonga
Time active
80 Month(s)
Rating
N/A
Delinquency rate
N/A
Default rate
0%
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Quick facts about:
tonga

Population 103,000
Capital Nuku'alofa
Languages Tongan/English
Main Exports Fruit/Vegetables
Currency TOP
GDP per capita US$ 2,983
 

Selected poverty indicators

Life expectancy at birth 72.1
Adult illiteracy rate 1%
People without access to safe water 0%
Cambodia Loan Repayments
 
Most loans in Cambodia are repaid in a single final installment. In this case, you will receive only one repayment notification instead of monthly updates. This is because many of TPC's clients are farmers and are only able to repay their loan after they have sold their seasonal harvest.
 
 
 
 

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