Umoja Ni Nguvu 2 Group
Evariste is married to Adele and they have four children together, three of whom go to school. He himself attended five years of primary school.
Evariste started selling shoes three years ago. A loan of 250,000 Burundian francs will allow him to increase his working capital. He will stock up on shoes for resale in order to earn substantial profits.
Le crédit Kiva de 250,000 francs burundais qu’il obtient lui permet d’augmenter son capital en achetant beaucoup de souliers à revendre afin de réaliser de grands bénéfices.
Il est membre du groupe communautaire« UMOJA NI NGUVU 2».
This is a Group Loan
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