A loan helped to pay her children’s school fees so they can get a good educational foundation and become successful in the future.

Ramatu's story

Romatu is married and lives with her husband and children in a small village in the state of Kaduna. She is a maize farmer. Romatu's village is a small community where farming is the primary means of income for most families.

Using her last input loan from Babban Gona, Ramatu gained access to high-quality farm inputs, and now expects a bountiful harvest.

As a Babban Gona member, Ramatu will now receive a Harvest Advance loan, providing her with a cash advance. She will use this loan to pay her children’s school fees and secure their future.

Additionally, Babban Gona will support Ramatu by storing the harvested maize to sell later in the year. Now Ramatu does not have to forfeit profit by selling her maize at low harvest prices.

Ramatu notes that working with Babban Gona has improved her life considerably by providing her with a holistic agricultural package and a wide support network. She can now generate earnings significantly above the average Nigerian farmer’s annual income and secure her family’s future.

Ramatu dreams that one day her children will grow up to be lawyers and teachers.

This loan is special because:

It supports smallholder farmers and helps them increase yields.

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