Bily Moapa Micro Loan (Seed of Faith-Burkina Faso)
Pledged of $425 Goal
Days to Go
Mr. Bily Moapa is a retail business owner with more than 10 years of experience. He sells rice, oil, sugar, soap, powdered milk, canned milk, wheat flour, as well as other products.
Bily used to work with his sister, but for two years now he has had his own shop. Bily is from Fada N’Gourma, Burkina Faso. He is married and has two children. He is a deacon in the Lutheran church and he has a very good reputation in his community.
Bily seeks a micro loan of $425 to enlarge his inventory. Mr. Moapa says that customers are often attracted to shops that have a lot more goods. “By adding more goods I am sure to attract many more customers. In addition, I will also be able to see in what measure I might be able to become more competitive with the kinds of products I carry.”
With anticipated net income of more than $50 per week, UB2 believes he will be able to easily repay a loan of $425 over 9 months, per his request.
Bily’s sponsor is the Seed of Faith organization in Fada N’Gourma, Burkina Faso. For more information about Seed of Faith and its leadership, please CLICK HERE.