Khady, the featured entrepreneur, is 37 years old and is an assistant in the banc villageois. She is single and has no children, but takes care of her nephews who lost their mother at a very young age. She sells fabrics and owns a small shop at the village market, capitalising on 5 years' worth of experience. She is standing on the right of the picture, wearing a red and white dress, with her left hand raised. She buys her fabrics (Khartoum fabrics, wax cloth, damask, veils, etc.) in Dakar and Touba so that she can resell them retail in her village.
She intends to use her loan to buy 4 rolls of Khartoum fabric (30 metres at 7000 francs /m). She hopes to earn a large income during the holiday period. She uses her profits to build up her savings and wishes to strengthen her account; she lives with her brother who takes care of all the family expenses.
Khady l'emprunteur vedette est âgée de 37 ans, elle est assistante au sein du BV; elle est célibataire sans enfant mais s'est occupé de ses neveux qui ont perdu très tôt leur maman. Elle mène une activité de commerce de tissus, elle posséde une boutique au marché du village et capitalise une bonne expérience de 5 ans.Elle est debout à droite sur la photo vêtue d'une robe rouge blanc-blanc, a levé la main gauche.
Elle achète ses tissus (khartoum, wax, bazin,voile....) à Dakar et Touba pour revendre au détail dans son village.
Avec son prêt elle envisage d'acheter 4 rouleaux de khartoum de 30 m à 7000 F l'un; elle espère se faire beaucoup de revenus pendant la période des fêtes.
Elle constitue son épargne avec ses bénéfices et souhaite renforcer son compte; elle habite chez son frère qui a en charge toutes les dépenses familiales.
About CAURIE Micro FinanceThe mission of CAURIE Micro Finance is to contribute sustainably and to offer microfinance services adapted to impoverished micro-entrepreneurs, primarily women, based on the principles of ‘credit for the poor’ and on microfinance best practices, all while investing in order to become financially independent.
This is a Group Loan
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