A loan of $675 helped to buy maize, beans, and charcoal in larger quantities as the cost of transportation keeps increasing.


Araba's story

Araba W. is a vendor of maize, beans, and charcoal. She buys her wares at a market called Teshiman and offers them for sale at Korfofordo near Jukwa, Cape Coast. She is a widow taking care of four children. This loan will go a long way to help to purchase goods in larger quantities as the cost of transportation keeps increasing. Araba plans to increase her savings so as to provide a meaningful education for her children with the new profits expected from the loan. In the picture, she is standing by the bags of charcoal she sells.


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