A loan of $1,275 helped to purchase more goods such as engine oil, nails, car and motorbike plugs, etc. for his business.


Mohammed's story

This is Mohammed from Liberia. He lives in Kakata Town, which is the capital city of Margibi County. The area is home to “round time marketers,” traders that travel to the interior to purchase various goods to sell throughout the county. As a result, there is a high concentration of wholesalers in the area who distribute to various markets around Margibi County, including Monrovia. He is 50 and married with nine children. His children's ages are between 21 and 32. They are currently living their own. Mohammed has owned his own shop selling engine oil, nails, car and motorbike plugs, etc. for the past four years. He will use the loan proceeds to purchase more goods such as engine oil, nails, car and motorbike plugs for his business. On average, he works 7am to 5pm at his business. He started his business by selling in the local market and communities with help from his father. He transports his merchandise by bus. He cites too little stock as his biggest challenge. His favorite part of this business is the flow of customers. In the future, he would like to build a modern house. He is grateful for your support!


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