Vyukadukore K A Group
Françoise has been running a restaurant for six months. She prepares and sells cooked dishes (bean, rice, sweet potatoes, meat, etc). Previously, she used to sell avocados, sugarcane, peanuts, ripe bananas, etc.
She's seeking her fourth loan from Kiva's partner, Turame. She will use it to increase her working capital and buy a large quantity of products for her food-serving business: bean, rice, sweet potatoes, meat, table salt, palm oil, etc.
In the forthcoming years, she would like to diversify her business.
Elle a un restaurant depuis 6 mois. Elle prépare et vend des aliments (haricot, riz, patate douce, viande,...) cuits. Au paravant, elle vendait des avocats, canne à sucre, arachide, bananes mûres,…
Elle est à son quatrième crédit avec Turame. Avec le crédit KIVA qu’elle obtient, elle va augmenter son capital et acheter beaucoup de produits pour le restaurant : haricot, riz, patate douce, viande, sel de cuisine, huile de palme,…
Dans les prochaines années elle voudrait augmenter les types d' activités.
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