A loan of $250 helped to purchase cassava for the fufu, maize for the banku and other ingredients for the preparation of the food to sell.


Mary's story

Mary is married and has six children. She operates a chop bar (where African dishes are prepared for sale) and she also sells fried fish at Asebu Ekroful, which she has done for 20 years. Her husband is a driver. Mary uses her income to help her husband. Mary will use the loan to purchase cassava for the fufu (made from pounded, glutenized cassava), maize for banku (starchy maize dumplings) and other ingredients for the preparation of the food to sell. With the new profits from her business, Mary plans to get a better place to serve her customers.


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