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Intahemuka Group
In this Group: Didace, Rosette, Emelance, Nicelate*, Gloriose*, Evelyne, Godelieve, Joachin, Césarie*, Rose, M. Goreth, Aline, Léocadie*, Jeanette*, Ernest, M. Claire, Astérie, Eugénie, Jacqueline, Jeanne*, Colette, Judith, Béatrice, Jacqueline, Sophie, A. Marie, Rosette, Espérance, Caritas, Evelyne, Caritas
* not pictured
Joachin is a member of the Intahemuka group and lives in Ngozi. He is 42 years old and married to Hasfa, a tiller. He has five children aged 2 to 15 years old, three of whom attend school. He is also responsible for caring for another child who attends school.
Joachin has been selling vegetables, bananas, tomatoes, etc, for the past decade. He is asking for his twelfth loan from Turame. This loan will allow him to purchase a large quantity of food products to re-sell. In the future, he homes to own farm land and proper home. He would also like to see his children attend and finish school.
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Joachin fait partie du groupe Intahemuka et habite à Ngozi. Il a 42 ans et est marié à Hasfa,une cultivatrice. Il a 5 enfants, âgés de 2 à 15 ans, dont 3 étudient.
Il prend soin d’un enfant qui étudie.

Il fait le commerce de légumes, de bananes, de tomates,… depuis 10 ans.

Il est à son douzième crédit à Turame. Avec le crédit KIVA qu’il obtient, il va augmenter son capital et acheter une grande quantité de bananes, de légumes, à revendre pour gagner plus.

Dans les prochaines années, il voudrait avoir des champs à cultiver et avoir un habitat décent. Il voudrait en outre voir ses enfants étudier et terminer les études.


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