A loan of $225 helped to buy food commodities like bagged rice and oil.


Nenneh's story

Nenneh, a 45 year-old married mother of four children, ages 5 to 25 years, runs a food stand business in Torkpoi town Southern area in Bo, Sierra Leone. In this business for 15 years, she sells flour, pepper, rice, oil and okra within a busy market. Her main challenges are high rates of theft and price inflation. Nenneh also receives income from her husband, a tailor whose income is not enough to support the home.

Nenneh is requesting this loan through BRAC Sierra Leone to buy food commodities like bagged rice and oil. She says that the resulting extra income will help her to continue to educate her children and improve her living standard. In the future, she would like to open a shop. Nenneh is grateful for your support.



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