A loan of $800 helped a member to purchase more flour, sugar and oil for making doughnuts.

Sarah Sackor Group's story

Missionmah R. is the leader of a group of five borrowers called Sarah Sackor Group. She is 58 years old, married and has six children who range from 25 to 40 years old. She did not have the opportunity to go to school.

For more than 3 years, Missionmah has been running her doughnut business at the Old Road Market in Monrovia, Liberia. Missionmah prepares her doughnuts well and takes the doughnuts around to customers which keeps them buying from her.

Missionmah plans to use her 14,000 Liberian dollar portion of this 56,000 Liberian dollar group loan to purchase more flour, sugar and oil for making doughnuts. Her goal is to improve her business and buy land for her family.

In the photo that accompanies this profile, Missionmah is the one holding the sign. Naomi D. is inset at lower right.

About LEAP:
The Local Enterprise Assistance Program (LEAP) is Liberia's largest and oldest continuously operating microfinance institution with 13 branches across the country. Founded in 1994, the non-profit organization has survived periods of civil war and severe socio-economic hardship. LEAP seeks to help rebuild post-conflict Liberia through its group and individual loans to micro- and small-scale entrepreneurs, and puts emphasis on lending to women.

In this group: Missionmah, Naomi, Francis, Gbolebgo, Emma

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