A loan of $300 helped to buy fertilizers, seeds, and agricultural technologies to increase maize yields.

Inusa's story

Inusa, a 30-year old maize farmer from Pampaida Dutse village, has plans to improve his life and the lives of his four children in the future. Inusa dreams of expanding his small farm beyond maize once he has mastered the crop, and diversify his farm with yams, cassava and rice. By receiving a Babban Gona loan, Inusa has the opportunity to reap yields three times as high as the national average and earn at least three times as much as the average Nigerian farmer. A Babban Gona loan will help Inusa achieve his goals by providing him the seeds, fertilizers and technologies to grow healthier maize crops. In addition, a Babban Gona loan will allow him the means to store his crops as well as the ability to sell them at a premium market price.

Since joining Babban Gona, Inusa has learned the difference a healthy maize crop can make, especially when it comes to what his four young children are eating. The future of his children is the most important concern for Insua and his wife, he strives to provide the best for them. He currently cannot afford to send his children to a good school and struggles to make enough money to pay for their school uniforms and books. He also worries about their childhood development as the free public school offers no activities or extra classes for the students after school. With help from the loan and increased profits from his farm, Inusa hopes that this will change and he will soon be able to provide a better life for his children, giving them more to do both in and out of school.

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