A loan of $950 helped to buy more t-shirts, trousers and skirts for his business.

Adama's story

Thirty-seven-year-old Amadu is the married father of three children aged seven, six, and three years; two of them attend school. Poverty limited his educational opportunities, so in 1998, Amadu established his Lacoste, trouser and skirt business. He used to assist his uncle in business for commission, managing to accumulate the money he used to buy a bale of used clothing. The business has now grown from one bale to five bales of used clothing. Working 7 days a week and 11 hours a day, he earns about Le 2,000,000 every month.

Amadu is requesting a loan of Le 4,000,000 to buy Lacoste - three bales @ Le600,000; jeans - two bales@800,000; and trousers - one bale@600,000. In the future, Amadu plans to build a house, educate his children, and acquire a shop. The loan will help him develop his business by generating more income.

A hardworking businessman, Amadu thanks you for your support.

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