A loan of $475 helped a member to buy house building materials such as bags of cement.


Elizabeth's Group's story

Meet some of the teachers from The SLC (Sierra Leone Church) Primary School, situated in Blama, near Kenema city. SLC Primary School, Blama. It was built in 1902 by the Anglican Mission. One of the oldest schools in the region, the school is staffed with five teachers and has an enrollment of 315 pupils. This is the first loan that teachers of SLC primary school are accessing from SMT/Kiva lenders. With the help of this loan, these teachers’ standard of living will certainly improve. Elizabeth C. is the leader of this group of teachers. She is age forty-eight. She was born in Blama, a village near Kenema city. She is married to a police officer and the couple has five children – three are already grown-ups, one is in primary school and the other in secondary school. Elizabeth has been a teacher for twenty-seven years now. Elizabeth will use her share of this loan to buy house building materials such as bags of cement.

In this group: Elizabeth , Abibatu A, Paul D
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