A loan of $1,050 helped to buy crates of soft drinks, crates of Maltina, cartons of sardines and cartons of Peak Milk for .


Mariatu Nana's story

Mariatu, 47, is married to an accountant and has three children aged 26, 21 and 17 years.

Previously, Mariatu was a civil servant, but she retired and went to the Ivory Coast to seek a visa to go to the United States. Unfortunately, she was denied one, and when she went back home, there was no job for her. With her remaining money, she opened her provisions and drinks shop in 2006.

Working six days a week and ten hours a day, Mariatu earns about 1,500,000 SLL every month. She would like a loan of 4,500,000 SLL in order to buy crates of soft drinks, crates of Maltina, cartons of sardines, and cartons of Peak Milk. She hopes that this loan will enable her to increase her monthly profits by approximately 600,000 SLL.

Mariatu has improved her business considerably and can now withstand competitions from neighboring businesses. Moreover, her children are still receiving quality educations. She thanks you for your support.



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