A loan of $200 helped selling fish and pigs.


Peter Agwo's story

Peter is a widower with five children.

He joined GHAPE in 2004. With his two previous loans, he succeeded in providing his community with food. He is proud of having earned some money which he used for paying tuition for his children.

Given a loan of $200, he plans to buy piglets and fingerlings. He is optimistic given the fact that the supply of fish is limited and manure is always in great demand. He plans to repay the loan in 18 months. The first installment will be four months from the date of disbursement of the loan.



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