A loan of $925 helped to buy different kinds of slippers to sell.


Adama's story

Meet 31-year-old Adama from Tengbeh town in Freetown, Sierra Leone. She is married with one two-year-old child.

In 1995, Adama established a business selling slippers. She did so because most foreigners like leather slippers and she wanted a steady source of income to help provide for her family. She works six days a week, twelve hours a day. She says that her business is doing well.

Adama would like a 4,000,000 SLL loan from BRAC Sierra Leone in order to buy different kinds of slippers to sell. She hopes that the extra income from this loan will allow her to expand her business and increase her monthly profits.

In the future, Adama plans to open more slipper shops in other areas within her township, be the general overseer of her business, and continue to care for the needs of her family. She thanks you for your support!



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