A loan of $1,250 helped to purchase more drinks, rice, toothpaste, soap, etc. for his business.

John's story

John is running a shop that sells many types of cold drinks such as beer, stout, soft drinks, etc. He also sells rice, toothpaste, bath and washing soap, and hair grease, among other materials in the area of New Kru Town; a well-known early community of Liberia. He has been running this business for the past 20 years now. He makes substantial profits and has many customers. He uses his profits for rent, schooling, and other expenses.

He started this business with money that he saved. He has four children between 4 and 13 years old that are in school and live at home. He is requesting a loan to purchase more of the type of goods he sells at his business. John is 42 years old, and he is a 6th grade dropout. He plans to educate his children, and build a house.

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