A loan of $1,325 helped a member to buy seeds.


Denkoma I Group's story

Manama (left) is the leader of this group. Manama is a farmer and a petty trader. She has been a farmer for ten years now and will use this loan to buy seeds for cabbages and groundnuts, etc. She usually buys these seeds either from Kabala town or in Freetown. Manama was born in Heremakono village. She is 29 years old, married to a road constructor and they have five children together. With this loan, she will be able to increase her farm acreage and generate sufficient funds to look after herself and the children.


Manama M., Fatmata M., Kumba M., N’Bambay M. and Jima K. named their group Denkoma I. They are small scale businesswomen from the village of Heremakono, about ten miles from Kabala, in northern Sierra Leone. They are requesting a loan of Le 800,000 each to help them develop their businesses.

In this group: Manama, Fatmata, Kumba, N'bambay, Jima



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