A loan of $825 helped to pay for piglets, pig feed and seedlings.

Awah's story

He is married and has six children. Due to the fact that he is unable to take care of the family and needed capital to add to his farming activity, he joined GHAPE in 2005. Since then he has obtained and repaid loans five times.

His inability to get investment capital which could constantly generate income for him to meet his children’s needs is what motivated him to obtain a loan from GHAPE. He promises to provide pork meat to his community when he obtains his loan from GHAPE.

Given a loan, he plans to buy piglets, pig feed and seedlings. He knows this activity will succeed because he has been doing this activity for a very long period and his community will provide a ready market for his products. In addition, he has a large piece of land where he will construct a fenced enclosure for his piglets.

He plans to use the profits generated from this activity to pay tuition fee for his children in school and also to cater for their basic needs.

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