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Ernestine Aboh

Great Soppo, Cameroon

This loan has been funded and Ernestine is going strong – thank you donors!

$175 out of $175 funded 🙌

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Repayment Term:
10 Months
Business:
Food Products
Partner:
JTJ Cameroon
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Entrepreneur Info

Hello lenders my name is Aboh Ernestine. I am 40 yrs . I an engage in the retail of foodstuffs at my neighborhood of Great Soppo Buea
About Me: I am single, a mother of four kids. Two of my kids are in elementary school while the other two are n secondary school.
My Business:I am engage in the purchase and sale of local foodstuffs. I purchase my goods from local farmers in buea and resell to consumers at Great Soppo where my business is situated. I am a past beneficiary of JTJ Cameroon micro credit project. T he loan greatly assisted me my business and supported my children their education. Thank you lenders
Details about family:I am single, have four kids .Two boys and two girls. The two boys are at elementary school while the two girls are in secondary schools.

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Loan Details:

Length: 3 Years
Repayment Schedule: Bi-Monthly
Local Currency: 100,000 CFA ($175 USD)
Loan Issuer: JTJ Cameroon

Business Details:

Years in Business: 3 Years
Expenses: 70000 CFA per week
Revenues: 85000 CFA per week
Profit: 15000 per week ($25)
Business concept validated for payback: ✅

Field Partner:

JTJ Cameroon

JTJ Cameroon is Join the Journey’s branch in Cameroon, forming in 2013 after a JTJ U.S. board member with Cameroon ties spearheaded formation there. JTJ Cameroon first began activities in a northwest rural province called Tiben, focusing on compassion outreach and empowerment of local farmers through raising poultry. JTJ Cameroon were forced to evacuate from Tiben in 2017 as many of the beneficiaries we had befriended were killed at the cost of a government reprisal against an independence movement. JTJ Cameroon piloted a 10-month micro-loan program in Great Soppo toward the end of 2018 and into 2019 in which all five entrepreneurs repaid their loans.
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$175 April 11, 2020