Sarah, 49, lives in the Kakata community with her husband and four children. Her children are between the ages of 7 and 19 and are attending school.
Sarah is a hard-working woman. For the past seven years she has been selling flour, sardines, biscuits, meat, cooking oil, and many other items. Her husband is a security guard. He give her the initial capital to start in this business.
She makes a profit when she sells because she has a lot of customers and because of the location of her business. She thanks the lenders for the support they are giving her business.
She is requesting this loan to purchase more sardines, biscuits, meat and flour for the business. Her plan is to give her children a better education.