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A loan helped to pay for his family's immediate needs, so that he can wait and sell his harvest for a better price and thus have more money to build a better house for the family.
Luckily, as a Babban Gona maize farmer, Salisu receives crop insurance and access to high quality inputs and services, so he does not have to worry about failed crops or poor harvests. This means Salisu has a more predictable income, which he can use to access more nutritious food and increase year-round caloric consumption for his family.
Through this loan, known as a harvest advance loan, Salisu will receive a cash advance, equal to the price of his maize, that allows him to build a better house for the family while Babban Gona stores his maize to sell in the future at a better price.
With his increased income, Salisu will be able to enjoy a healthier life, and also help out other members of his Trust Group and village to build a more productive community.