A loan helped to buy more drinks and rice to sell.

Rocee's story

Greetings from Liberia. This is 39-year-old Rocee, who lives with her partner along with four children. Her children are schooling and live at home. Rocee is a high school graduate.

She sells drinks and rice in order to earn a living. Her mother taught her how to sell. For the past 10 years, she has been operating her sales business. She uses a car to transport supplies to her business site. She likes her business, because it helps to support her family.

Rocee applied for a loan through BRAC Liberia and Kiva to buy more drinks and rice to sell in order to generate greater profits. She dreams of opening a shop and continuing her children's education.

She wishes to say thanks to BRAC and Kiva.

This loan is special because:

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

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