Update on Nawindsongti GroupMrs. NAWINEBARKA is the leader of the NAWINDSONGTI group. She is doing well. She is married and the mother of six children. The oldest is 22 and the youngest is 6. All of them attend school. She has six people in her care.
She has been making and selling soumbala since 1998 (15 years). She also has been weaving for the past few months. She has been able to buy locust tree grain and rolls of weaving thread. She gets her supplies at the market in Bissighin in town. Her customers are men and women.
She would like to buy three sacks of locust tree grain to make soumbala and three dozen rolls of weaving thread.
She will use her profits to grow her business. Her business is going well because of her loan. Mrs. Nawinebarka has had a growing number of customers and has been able to care for her family. She would like to be able to meet the demands of all her customers with this new loan. She will be better able to take care of her family. Her goal is to expand her soumbala and fabric sales and to take better care of her family.
Elle transforme et vend du soumbala depuis 1998 (15ans). Elle est aussi tisserante depuis quelques mois. Mme a pu acheter ses grain de néré et fils de tisse. Elle s’approvisionne au marché de Bissighin en ville .Ses clients sont les femmes et hommes.
Elle veut s’acheter 03 sacs de grains de néré pour la fabrication du soumbala et 03 douzaines de rouleaux de fil de tisse.
Elle utilise ses bénéfices pour agrandir son activité. Avec son crédit, tout s’est bien passé. Mme a eu plus de clients et a bien s’occuper de sa famille. Elle souhaiterait satisfaire tous ses clients par ce nouveau prêt. Ainsi elle pourrait mieux s’occuper de sa famille. Elle ambitionne accroitre son activité de vente de soumbala, de tissage et mieux s’occuper de sa famille.
Previous Loan DetailsNawinebarka is the leader of the Nawindsongti group. She is married and has 6 children aged between 21 and 4 years, all of whom go to school. She is responsible for 10 people in total. Nawinebarka has been selling soumbala (a spice made of the seeds of the African Locust Bean, or Néré) for 13… More from Nawindsongti Group's previous loan »
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