United Friends Group
For 3 years Mannie has been selling charcoal at the Duport Road market in Paynesville, Liberia. She gives her customers discounts during transactions which keeps them returning. Mannie started selling charcoal by bags at her house but now has a warehouse in the market. Transporting charcoal from the production site to her warehouse is a problem for Mannie.
She plans to use her 9000 LRD portion of this 45000 LRD group loan to buy more charcoal for sale. Her goal is to expand to a bigger business and to buy a car for transporting her goods.
Mannie describes herself as an easy going mother who loves people and hates dishonesty.
In the photo Mannie is holding the sign and Nyemonh is in the inset because he was absent during the interview.
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