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Kafui
Mrs. A. Kafui was born on 24th September 1976 in Lomé, she is married and mother of three (03) children and has three (03) additional children to care for. She lives with her husband in Atakpamé Kondji in the canton of Togblé. Her core business is petty trade and the marketing of fetched rain water in a village where potable water is scarce. As the village grew and its density raised, an imperative need for potable water developed and it became a very expensive commodity. The government of the country has no means to provide drinkable water to the population of this village; the population therefore suffers a lot from the situation. Knowing that the rain water as fetched and unprocessed is not without danger, she carried out a little feasibility study that allowed her to launch a drilling project that will provide her with additional income.
On that purpose, she applied for a $ 2000 loan to realise the drilling. Despite her low level of education, (primary school class 6), she showed rigor in the management of her activities. Financing this project will not only be an economic action but also an humanitarian deed that will save many human lives.



Madame A. Kafui, née le 24 Septembre 1976 à Lomé, est mariée et mère de trois (03) enfants avec trois (03) autres personnes à sa charge. Elle vit avec son mari à Atakpamé Kondji dans le canton de Togblé. Elle a comme activité principale le petit commerce et la vente d’eau de pluie recueillie, car le village manque cruellement d’eau potable. Avec le développement du village et la densité de la population, il y un impérieux besoin d’eau potable et celle-ci se vend très chère. L’Etat n’a pas les moyens de doter la localité d’eau potable et la population en souffre mortellement. Ainsi se développent, entre autres, les maladies diarrhéiques surtout chez les enfants. Consciente que l’eau de pluie telle que recueillie et non traitée, n’est pas de bonne qualité pour la vie, elle a mené une petite étude de faisabilité qui lui a permis pouvoir se lancer dans le projet de forage qui va lui rapporter des revenus complémentaires.

A cet effet, elle sollicite un crédit de $2000 pour faire un forage. Malgré son niveau d’étude très limité, (CMII), elle a fait preuve de rigueur dans la gestion de ses activités. Financer ce projet serait un geste non seulement économique mais humanitaire qui sauvera beaucoup de vies humaines.

About Togo

  • $1,700
    Average annual income
  • 6
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  • $8,707,775
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • US Dollars
    Loan transacted in USD

Success!! The loan was 100% repaid

A loan of $2,000 helped Kafui to realise the drilling.
100% repaid
Repayment Term
17 months (Additional Information)
Repayment Schedule
Monthly
Disbursed:
Dec 21, 2006
Listed
Dec 6, 2006
Currency Exchange Loss:
N/A
Ended:
Mar 14, 2008