This is Weedor from Liberia. She lives in Paynesville North, which is a suburb in the capital city of Monrovia. Paynesville North has the largest market in Montserrado County. The area is home to “round time marketers”, traders who travel to the interior to purchase various goods to sell throughout the county. As a result, there is a high concentration of wholesalers in the area who distribute to various markets around Montserrado County, including Monrovia.
Weedor is 35, and married with two children. Her children's ages are 18 and 7. They are currently living at home and they are in school.
Weedor owns a shop, where she has sold rubber dishes such as plates, buckets, etc, and fashion clothes such as jean trousers, tee-shirts etc, for the past four years. Weedor will use the loan proceeds to purchase more of all these items for her business.
On average, Weedor works from 7am to 8pm at her business. She started her business with help from her husband. She transports her merchandise by taxi. Weedor cites less stock as her biggest challenge. Her favorite part of her business is the flow of customers. In the future, Weedor would like to build a modern house.
She is grateful for your support!