Total loan: $800
Freetown East, Western Area, Sierra Leone / Food
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A loan helped to buy additional bags of rice for her business.
K-Step Group's story
Fatmata is a 48-year-old married woman. A proud mother of four children aged twenty-one, nineteen, sixteen and fourteen, she helps her husband provide for their four children. Fatmata owns a personal sales business. She would like to use this loan to buy additional bags of rice to sell. She started her business to become financially stable and self-dependent. She has some family members that help with the day-to-day activities of the business. Fatmata will use the profits from her business to feed her family every day. She hopes to buy a house with the proceeds of her loan. K-Step Solidarity group needs a loan of SLL 4,500,000 of which Fatmata is entitled to SLL 1,500,000. Fatmata is shown in the middle of the picture. She and the other group members thank you for your support. K-Step members are thankful to their lenders. They have made an increase in their capital and generate more profits which enable them to meet their personal needs and household expenses.