A loan of $275 helped to buy flour, oil, sugar and margarine, which are the main ingredients for frying doughnuts.


Beatrice's story

Beatrice sells locally made doughnuts, which are called “bofrot”, in Alavanyo, Hohoe. Beatrice has received basic education. She is married with four children and her husband is a carpenter. Beatrice has been selling doughnuts so that she can assist her husband with their basic needs at home. Her loan will be used to buy flour, oil, sugar and margarine, which are the main ingredients for frying doughnuts. She hopes to save part of the new profits from her business and use part to give more nutritional food to her family so that her children can be brilliant in school.


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