A loan of $1,275 helped to buy more quality African dresses, slippers, Lappa (African cloths mostly use by women), and artificial hair for her business.


Lisette C.'s story

Lisette is running a shop in the area of New Kru town where she sells African dresses and artificial hair. She has been running this business for nine years now. She makes lots of profit since she is the only one who sells quality African dresses, slippers, Lappa (African cloths mostly use by women), and artificial hair in her community market.

She is asking for loan to buy more quality African dresses, slippers, Lappa (African cloths mostly use by women), and artificial hair for her business. She explained how her business is a big helps in supporting her home and improving her savings account.

A problem she faces is the rainy season because some days she opens her shop late. She sells from 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., six day a week. She started this business by selling used clothes with money from her husband who works as money exchanger (change LRD to USD). They have two children, ages 15 and 17, who are attending school and living at home. She is 38 years old, and was fortunate to finish 12th grade. She hopes to expand her business even more.


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