A loan of $975 helped a member to buy rice, palm oil, onions, tomatoes, etc., in bulk to add to her current stock.


Good Family Grafton Group's story

In the photo are members of the “Good Family Grafton” group. They are small-scale businesswomen based in Waterloo, a town in western Sierra Leone. They are requesting a loan of 4,200,000 Leones for the entire group in order to add more inventories into their respective businesses. In this way, they will be able to attract more customers, make more sales and a better profit. Consequently, this will lead to improvement in their standard of living.

The leader of this group is Mariatu. Mariatu is age 30; she was born in the village of Mangekoya, in northern Sierra Leone. But she is currently residing in Waterloo, together with her husband and three children. For many years now, Mariatu has been doing a business; she sells rice, palm oil, onions, tomatoes, etc., and with her share of this loan, she is going to buy the above-mentioned items in bulk to add to her current stock..

In this group: Ya Bom , Kadiatu , Neneh , Mariatu , Mabinty



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