A loan of $1,375 helped a member to pay for additional clothes.


Maxam Group's story

Marie is a fifty years old business woman. She is the leader of Maxam solidarity group. Maxam solidarity group has four members who are all women. Marie is standing at the front left of the picture. Marie sells clothes . Marie has been in this business for the past fifteen years. Marie established her business to provides for her children welfare. She buys learning material and provides food from the profit she gets from her business.

Marie and her group member’s needs a loan totaling 5,500,000 SLL of which Marie is entitled to 1,500,000 SLL which she will use to buy additional clothing materials. She hopes that this loan will help her generate more profit to support her family. Marie is a widowed with seven children age thirty-five, thirty, twenty-eight, twenty-five, twenty-three, twenty and sixteen.
In the feature, Marie plan to save more money to provide for her younger children’s university education. Marie and the rest of the group members thank you for your support.

In this group: Marie, Isatu, Baliah, Emma


This loan is special because:

It helps a borrower in Sierra Leone where Ebola has affected the economy.



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