Godonou Justin is 45 years old and is married to a trader named Philomène. They have twelve children, some at school and all living at home. In addition to their own children, they have two other dependent children. Godonou Justin lives together with his wife and children. Godonou Justin did not go to school. The couple cover the family's expenses between them. In order to meet his needs and those of his family, Godonou Justin has, for about the last forty years, been a farmer of cereals (beans and corn), and of vegetables (peppers and okra) - which he sells in a market in Benin. Alongside this activity, Godonou Justin goes fishing. He does all this in his local area. In order to strengthen his business, and better meet his customers' needs, Godonou Justin is seeking a fourth loan with ALIDé. His ambition is to increase the scale of his business. Godonou Justin's first three loans have all been repaid.
Godonou Justin est âgé de 45 ans et est marié à une marchande du nom de Philomène. Le couple a douze enfants dont certains scolarisés et tous à leur charge. En plus de leurs enfants, le couple a deux autres enfants à charge. Godonou Justin vit ensemble avec sa femme et ses enfants. Godonou Justin n’a pas fréquenté l’école. Le couple assure ensemble les diverses charges familiales. Pour subvenir à ses besoins et à ceux de sa famille, Godonou Justin mène comme activité depuis quarante ans environs, la culture des céréales (haricot et maïs) et des légumineuses (piment et gombo) qu’il vend dans un marché du Bénin. Parallèlement à cette activité, Godonou Justin fait la pêche. C'est dans sa région que Godonou Justin exerce ses activités. Dans le but de renforcer son activité et de mieux satisfaire sa clientèle, Godonou Justin sollicite un quatrième crédit auprès de ALIDé. Son ambition est d’accroître le niveau de son activité. Les trois premiers crédits reçus antérieurement par Godonou Justin ont été bien remboursés.
Alidé is a Beninese NGO that works to reduce poverty by offering sustainable access to productive loans like this one in addition to savings, training sessions, and social work to low-income families.
Supporters of this loan should be aware that there is some risk of being repaid late. Because the Beninois Ministry of Finance has imposed restrictions on the amount of money Alidé can send to Kiva, the organization can only send monthly repayments in installments smaller than $13,000. This means that some Kiva lenders may receive their repayments late. However, Alidé remains a healthy institution in good standing with its creditors, and Kiva would like to continue working to support its clients. For more information, please refer to Alidé's partner profile page.