A loan of $925 helped to produce locally dyed cloth to sell.


Adama's story

This is forty-one-year-old Adama. She was born in Freetown and is married to a school teacher. For the past five years, she has sold gara lappers and Bamako lappers, which is locally dyed cloth and cloth dyed in Mali. Adama is requesting a loan to buy materials such as ink, caustic soda, powder, white cotton cloths, and other items to produce a large quantity of gara lappers to sell. She will use the remainder of her loan to buy Bamako cloth to add to her business.



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