A loan of $225 helped to buy flour, sugar, yeast, groundnut oil, a piglet, and feed.

Ngock's story

Ngock is single with five children. They all live in a three bedroom apartment house in Bamenda in the northwest region of Cameroon. She has faced many challenges in life, including sickness in her family and the deaths of friends and family members, particularly her father, mother, brothers, sister, and child. The costs of medicine for treating sickness and for funeral preparations have left her with inadequate capital for her business.

With this loan, she will buy flour, yeast, groundnut oil, sugar, a piglet, and feed to enable her to operate her business. She is positive this business will succeed because she has regular customers who often purchase fish from her for ceremonies. She has a good business site, and she has been in this business for a long time. Her business provides the community with a regular supply of fish, which they often consume for breakfast. In addition, she will provide pig manure, which is used as fertilizer by local farmers.

With the profit from the loan, she will pay her children's school fees and cater to other school needs. She will also educate the children of her late sister and brother. She prefers GHAPE loans because of low interest rates and convenient repayment intervals.

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