In her everyday life, she runs up against challenges relative to feeding the family, paying school fees, and paying for medicine for her eyes. The money she earns is enough to support them thanks to the business she began in the year 2000.
Since then, Dancile has been the owner of a kiosk in Gihosha where she sells groceries and various other items. The most lucrative are dried beans, palm oil, and sugar. She also grows beans, maize, sweet potatoes, and manioc. She will use the loan to buy products to sell in her little store.
Dans sa vie quotidienne, elle bute aux defis lies aux depenses de ration, des frais scolaires et des medicaments pour soigner ses yeux. L'argent qu'elle gagne satisfait ses besoins grace au business qu'elle a commence en 2000.
Depuis lors, Dancile est proprietaire d’une kioske a Gihosha ou elle vend des produits alimentaires et divers. Parmi eux, les plus lucratifs sont le haricot, l’huile de palme, et le sucre. Elle cultive aussi des haricots, mais, patates douces et du manioc. Elle va utiliser ce credit pour acheter des produits destines a son commerce.
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