Aba sells kenkey (fermented corn dough wrapped in corn or banana leaves, often accompanied by fried fish) in Abura. She is divorced and has two children. As a single parent, she feeds, clothes and educates her children with the income she earns selling kenkey. She will use this loan to buy more fish and maize to make kenkey to sell. In time, she hopes to use her profits to build a better place to eat.