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Akwen Nkwenti
Akwen was born in 1956, and she is married and blessed with four children, all of whom are going to school. The fact that she was unable to acquire basic education because she did not go to school has made life very difficult for her, coupled with the fact that she was unable to cater for the family. The worst of it all was the fact that her children were unable to study freely because of fees, and they were also unable to have three square meals a day.

She was motivated to become a member of GHAPE in 2005 by her friends and relatives who are GHAPE members. Since then, she has successfully borrowed and repaid loans five times. The profit from these loans helped her pay her children's school fees and provide some basic needs like food for the family.

Given a loan, she plans to buy 3-week-old chicks, fowl feed and seedlings. She knows her business is going to succeed because she has acquired some basic training on finance management and how to choose a good business from GHAPE. She also says her community will obtain cheap table birds from her farm, and they will also have manure at a much cheaper cost.

She plans to use the profit from this loan to pay tuition fees for her children.

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About Grounded and Holistic Approach to People's Empowerment (GHAPE)

This loan is administered by Grounded and Holistic Approach to People's Empowerment (GHAPE), a non-profit non-government organization based in Bamenda, Cameroon. GHAPE takes a multi-faceted approach in working towards the empowerment of the poor and poverty alleviation. Every client is trained in business management, basic health, life skills, financial management, profits and losses, and family values. Clients are also required to contribute a small amount into a personal savings account; most clients save much more than the minimum requirement. GHAPE instills a sense of family and community among its clients and staff and has developed a strong bond of trust between the organization and its clients.

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  • $2,400
    Average annual income
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  • 504.5
    Communauté Financière Africaine Francs BEAC (XAF) = $1 USD