She has been selling grocery items (rice, manioc and corn flour, palm oil etc) for two years.
She is on her 12th loan with Turame. With the Kiva loan that she has obtained, she will bolster her capital and buy more groceries for her store (rice, a case of lemonade etc) in order to earn more.
In the years to come, she would like to strengthen her business in order to make enough living to support her family even in the absence of her husband, and provide a “nest egg” to her children. She would also like to see her students study in order to make a living.
Elle a sous sa charge 2 orphelins, l’un des deux étudie.
Elle fait le commerce de boutique (riz, farine de manioc et de maïs, huile de palme,…) depuis 2 ans.
Elle est à son douzième crédit à Turame. Avec le crédit KIVA qu’elle obtient, elle va augmenter son capital et acheter beaucoup d’articles de sa boutique (riz, un casier de limonade,…), pour gagner plus.
Dans les prochaines années, elle voudrait renforcer son commerce pour dégager un bénéfice capable de faire vivre la famille même en absence de son mari, et constituer un héritage à ses enfants. Elle voudrait en outre voir ses enfants étudier pour se faire vivre.
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