A loan of $300 helped selling of second-hand clothes.

Relindis Bi's story

Relindis is married to Martine Ngo-ah and they have three children, all under 15. Being a very hard-working lady, she has been able to help her husband take good care of the family. Because of all this hard work, she has come across so many challenges in life such as being unable to feed the family, being a school dropout, and having inadequate funds to educate her children. Because of all these, she recognized GHAPE as a source of relief in the year 2007 and had her first loan of 40,000 FRS and the repayments were made correctly.

Given another loan, she plans to buy second-hand clothes for 100,000 FRS and traditional wear for 50,000 FRS. Her repayments will start from the date of disbursement. Because of the experience she has had in the business, she is sure the business will succeed. Her community will benefit from the business she is doing by having clothes at their disposal to buy, and she will improve the economic standard in her community.

Relindis plans to use the profit from her business to pay her children's school fees and improve the standard of living of her family. She prefers to borrow through GHAPE because of the trust she has in GHAPE, and the method of repayment is convenient.

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