Evelyn's work as a fish vendor is unpredictable. Some days she would have plenty to sell when the catch is bountiful, while there are days when she sells none at all. She has to borrow money from relatives so her four children could take public transportation instead of walk all the way to school. Evelyn says she wants to have insurance, but she simply cannot afford it.
Perla is a PWD, but this does not stop her from supporting her family of 13. She raises goats and livestock, and takes care of her grandchildren, all despite being visually impaired.
Mira works as a manicurist in Bataan. She says her financial situation does not allow her family even the most basic of needs. Because they do not have enough money, her two children had to stoping to school, and there are times when they only eat one meal a day. Mira says getting insured will secure her family's future.
During the day, Nema works as a laundry woman, servicing the families in her community. The money she receives from washing and ironing clothes is not enough to provide for her children, even forcing her to pull them out of school due to lack of funds. An insurance coverage will guarantee that Nema's family will live comfortably in the future.
Rosalie works hard to earn money at a poultry farm, but she says it is difficult to make ends meet. Sadly, one of her children died because they did not have enough money for hospitalization. All she wants is financial security for her loved ones, and insurance can help in that regard.
Analiza is a single mother of five. She makes and sells rags for a living, the profit of which is barely enough to feed her family. One of her children suffered from pneumonia and almost died because they did not have the financial capacity for medicines and hospitalization. She wants to have insurance to cover her children, but she cannot afford it.
A fisherman by trade, Cesar says he has met many accidents while working on the water. He had a near-death experience when he almost drowned while fishing. Because this is his only source of income, and because he has six children to send to school, he has to work very hard every day. Cesar hopes to get insurance to provide his family with a financial safety net.
Lodito is a PWD who has experienced his fair share of unfortunate incidents, from being in a vehicular accident, to suffering from hypertension, to having his home destroyed by typhoons.
Julieto is a husband and father of nine. In order to make ends meet, he sells local delicacies on the streets. He was found to have a kidney stone, which he needed surgery for. In trying to pay the hospital bills, he became deep in debt.
When Janine's father passed away, her family was greatly affected financially, as he was their sole provider. Janine herself was able to study in college, but had to quit because they didn't have enough money for tuition. Janine's loss of vision is yet another limitation that she has to hurdle. She would like to be gifted with insurance in order to ease their family's burden.
Because of her husband's death, Evelyn had to work twice as hard to provide for her children. There would be days when they would skip meals because they didn't have enough money for food. Through having insurance, Evelyn will be able to provide a comfortable life to her loved ones.