A loan of $2,325 helped a member to procure an increased stock of kola nuts, food stuffs, palm kernel oil, etc.

Amuda Layi Group's story

Sahadatu is the leader of a six-member group. She is a 70-year-old wife and the mother of three children. The group consists of five women and one man. They are very hard-working and resourceful family providers. They trade in various commodities like kola nuts, palm kernel oil, food stuffs, clothing, etc. to earn a living. Their major challenge has to do with funds to grow these businesses to the expected levels to redeem their families from poverty. They believe the loan will impact their businesses to bring a transformation in their family well-being. Their common hope is to be able to increase savings to provide their children with quality education. They want to use the loan to procure an increased stock of kola nuts, clothing, food stuffs, palm kernel oil, etc. They belong to the group called ‘Amuda Layi Trust Group’. Members in this group agree to guarantee for one another as a social collateral and assist one another to repay the loan.

In this group: Sahadatu, Marzu, Baria*, Aminatu, Hawasetu, Saratu
*not pictured

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