Acqueline has worked selling banana beer and industrially-produced Primus beer for the past 40 years, and this is her sixth loan with Turame. With the Kiva loan she will obtain, she plans to rent banana fields for two years, the harvests from which are used to make banana wine for sale in her bar. In addition to the agricultural income they receive, the profits from Acqueline’s business are used to provide for the family.
Elle fait le commerce de la bière de banane et de la bière industrielle "Primus" depuis 40 ans.
Elle est à son sixième crédit à Turame. Avec le crédit KIVA qu’elle obtient, elle va louer des champs de bananes pour deux ans ; la récolte est utilisée pour la préparation du vin de banane à vendre dans son bistrot.
Le gain de son commerce, en plus du revenu de l’agriculture, font vivre la famille.
This is a Group Loan
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