A loan of $550 helped to purchase maize in bulk.

Grace's story

Grace sells "pap" (ground maize that is soaked and softened into a porridge) from her home. She buys maize in bulk and processes it into pap. She sells the pap to big buyers, who sell it with bean cakes, because people in this locality cherish pap and bean cakes for their breakfast. She gets her maize directly from the farmers. When corn becomes scarce, she travels far to make sure her customers are supplied. She has been in this business for eleven years.

Grace is 40 years old and a widow. She has three children whose age ranges between 12 to 21 years. With part of her profit, she is able to clothe, feed, and pay the school fees of her two younger children who are still in secondary school.

Grace is requesting for a loan of NGN 80,000 to purchase maize in bulk to make pap to sell. She says "thank you" and promises to repay promptly.

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