Total loan: $1,050
Ntasen Nkwen Bamenda NWP, , Cameroon / Agriculture
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A loan helped to pay for more piglets, bags of feed, bags of rice, flour, groundnuts, beans, maize, and palm oil.
Grace Anjei's story
Grace is married and a mother of seven children. They all live in a five-bedroom house in Bamenda, in the North West Region of Cameroon. She has faced so many difficulties: the death of her father, school dropout by her daughter, and sickness and neglect of home responsibilities by her husband. With this new loan requested, she will buy more piglets, bags of feed, bags of concentrate, rice, flour, groundnuts, beans, maize, and palm oil. She holds a positive view of this business succeeding because she has been into both activities for a long time. With this activity, the community will benefit from cheap and available pork, manure, and provision store items. With the profit made from this loan, she will pay her children's school fees. She will also save some in order to undertake a bigger investment, provide medication for her family, and improve her housing standards. She prefers a GHAPE loan because of the low interest rates and convenient repayment intervals. She also prefers the social network and that the members are trained in marketing and management skills before the loans are disbursed.