Salvator is part of the Tunagurane group and lives in Gitega. He is 44 years old and married to Josephine, a beignet seller. Together they have eight children. The youngest is in primary school and the oldest is in secondary school,
He has worked in the restaurant business of six years.
This is his first loan from Turame. With the KIVA loan he obtains, he is going to increase his capital and buy food products (beans, sweet potatoes, palm oil) to cook and resell in his restaurant, to earn more.
Thanks to the gains from his business, he provides for his family's health costs and buys their clothing and food. He has already purchased a goat.
Salvator fait partie du groupe Tunagurane et habite à Gitega. Il a 44 ans et est mariée à Joséphine commerçante de beignets. Ensemble ils ont 8 enfants, le cadet est à l’école primaire,l’aîné étudie à l’école secondaire
Il fait le commerce de restaurant depuis 6 ans.
C’est son premier crédit à Turame. Avec le crédit KIVA qu’il obtient, il va augmenter son capital et acheter des produits vivriers (haricot, patate douce, huile de palme,…) à revendre cuits dans son restaurant, pour gagner plus.
Grâce au gain de son commerce, il assure les frais de santé, il achète les habits, et de la nourriture de la famille. Il a déjà acheté une chèvre.
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