A loan helped to purchase more rice, meat, and other ingredients that will be used to prepare cooked food to sell.


Kebeh's story

Kebeh is 49 years old. She is living together with her partner along with 3 children, ages are 15 through 30 years. They are schooling and live at home. Kebeh sells cooked food in order to help her partner with their children's schooling and healthcare as well. She got knowledge about selling from her mother and her mother also gave her money to start the business. She has had no problems with her business. She is a hard-working entrepreneur who has had seven years of experience with this business. To add up her business, she requested for a loan through BRAC Liberia, a KIVA Field Partner. The loan will be used to purchase more rice, meat, and other ingredients that will be used to prepare cooked food to sell in order to generate greater income that will help her to pay back her loan and increase her sales. She likes her business because it helps to support her family. Kebeh's dream for the future is to buy land and build houses. She wishes to say thanks.


This loan is special because:

It serves low-income individuals in rural Liberia where few alternative funding sources exist.



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