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Woodfield makes @Kiva loan No: 47 to Liberia

Woodfield makes @Kiva loan No: 47 to help a woman in Liberia run a fufu stall

Year 9 have made another loan, this time to help a woman called Jebbeh who lives in Liberia.

 Jebbeh from Liberia
Jebbeh in her house.

Forty-two-year-old Jebbeh is from Liberia. She lives in Logan Town, one of the early communities in Liberia that is well-known. She is married, and her husband is a local businessman. They have four children between the ages of 15 and 27; they are presently in school and live at home. For the past 17 years she has been running a table from which she sells fufu (starchy food made from cassava), salt, oil and onion. She started this business by selling on a table market and learned this way of selling from her uncle's wife. She is very happy with her business because she makes more profit. She is requesting a loan to purchase more fufu, salt, oil and onion for her business. Her plan is to educate her children. She appreciates BRAC Liberia and the lenders for their support.


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