A loan of $350 helped expand her wholesale inventory.


Esther's story

At forty-nine years old, Esther has six girl children and she also adopted two children from a deceased uncle. These children are her big responsibility and she works hard by selling plastic utensils and palm oil to earn income for her family. All the eight children are in school, and with her small business, Esther is able to provide them with their basic needs.

Esther has an innovative business. She buys goods from the capital, Freetown, and distributes them among her agents in remote villages around Kabala, and collects the receipts every week. Her activity has provided needed goods to the more remote areas of the district. Esther’s vision is to see all her children acquire a good education. She is requesting a $350 loan to expand her inventory and would like to purchase the goods from Conakry where she said it is cheaper than Freetown.



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