A loan of $925 helped to purchase items such as drinks, cigarettes, pure water, and mayonnaise.


Giberilla's story

This is 28-year-old Giberilla from Tombo, a western rural area in Sierra Leone. He is married with two children between the ages of two and seven years. He began this business because he wants to create a permanent source of income to take care of his family. Giberilla runs a general stock business. He sells drinks, cigarettes, biscuits, and soap. He has been running this business after the rebel war. He works at the business every day, 12 hours per day. He says that the main challenge to his business is the high rate of thieves within the community. Giberilla has requested a loan in order to purchase items such as drinks, cigarettes, pure water, and mayonnaise. The extra income from this loan will allow him to pay his children's school fees and buy a plot of land. In the future, he plans to become an agent of provision and cigarette seller. He appreciates your support.



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