A loan of $725 helped to buy bags of flour, palm oil, groundnuts, groundnut oil, and firewood.


Neba Eveline's story

Neba Eveline is married with two children and they live in a four bedroom apartment in Bamenda Mezam Division of the North West Region of Cameroon. She has faced so many challenges in life, among which are the death of family members like her father. Her mother is blind. She has inadequate capital to manage her business. She has taken and successfully repaid her loans four times, and says with this new loan requested she will increase her business, buying more palm oil, groundnut oil, flour, sugar, yeast and firewood for resale. She has a positive view of her business succeeding because she has been doing it for so long, she has experience in the businesses, she has a good business site, and she has a good approach that encourages her customers to buy on a regular bases. With this business activity, the community will benefit from buying her products, such as the firewood, fried gateaux, palm oil, etc., at cheaper prices. With the profit from this loan, she will pay her children's school fees, cater for the feeding of her family, provide medication to her family, pay her bills and also engage in farm work. She prefers GHAPE loans because of low interest rates and convenient repayment intervals.



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