A loan of $325 helped to buy inventory for her business selling soap, lappa (traditional fabric) and clothes, such as blouses, T-shirts, and jeans.


Bindu's story

Please meet 33-year-old Bindu from Buchanan. Buchanan is the capital city of Grand Bassa County and is located by the sea. It is well-known for its beaches and its delicious fish. Many logging companies are also based in the city. Residents of the city love eating fufu, a cassava-based dough typically eaten with soup or sauce. Most people in the city speak Bassa, one of the indigenous languages of Liberia. She completed grade 8, and she is married. She describes herself as a hard-working woman. Her spouse works as a security provider. They have three children, ages from 5 to 17. They are in school and live at home. Annie has a shop where she sells soap, lappa (traditional fabric) and clothes, such as blouses, T-shirts, and jeans. She has been in business for 10 years and works from Monday to Saturday, nine hours per day. With this loan, she will buy inventory. One of the greatest challenges that she faces is low income. She transports her goods by shared taxi. She started her business with money from her husband. She is proud of her business because of the profit she makes. Her future plan is to build a house. She thanks you in advance for your support!


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