A loan helped to buy potatoes to sell.
Albert is a 22-year-old married woman and the mother of three children ages two to seven; one already attends school. She has been selling root vegetables (sweet potatoes and potatoes) in a neighborhood in the town for three years. Her business is going well, but because she doesn't have a lot of capital, she doesn't earn much profit.
Albert is asking for this loan to buy more products for her shop to satisfy her clients and, more importantly, to have more income. She will reinvest part of her income and use the rest to provide for her family in the future. Thanks to this business she can take care of her family.
This loan is special because:
It gives poor business owners in Cameroon the capital to grow their businesses.