Gaydu 35, who lives at West Point, is a single parent with four children. Her children are between the ages of 5 and 17 and are currently in school. She has been working very hard in managing her business for the past nine years, since she is the only source of income for her children.
Gadyu has a table where she sells flour, cooking oil, sugar, butter, eggs, black pepper, milk and baking powder. Some difficulties she faces is the low sales during the rainy season. She makes profits when she sells because of her good interaction with her customers. She is requesting her fourth loan from BRAC Liberia to purchase more flour, sugar, butter, eggs, milk for the business. Her plan for the future is to build a house.