Nana is 43 years old and lives in the West Point area, which has the most populated market in Montserrado County. She is married, and her husband is a businessman. They both have four children aged between 13 and 23; only two are in school and live at home. She was unable to go to school, but she is business-minded. For the past twelve years, she has been selling dry fish from a table in the local market. She likes her business because of the ways customers buy from her. She started this business with money given to her by husband. She walks every day to buy her goods since her table is much closer to the local wholesale area. She is requesting a loan to purchase more dry fish for her business. She plans to buy a piece of land and build a house. She likes to say thanks to the lenders who support BRAC Liberia.