Nong Taaba Group
Update on Nong Taaba GroupMrs. Sylvie is the leader of Nong Taaba Group. She's married and the mother of two children. The eldest is eleven years old, the youngest is eight. Both of them attend school. In addition, she has two dependents.
Mrs. Sylvie has been selling clothing for five years. She gets her supplies from a market in her area. Her customers are women of her neighborhood.
She wants to buy four dozen pieces of clothing. She wants to put away her profits in order to purchase a motorcycle.
She ambitions to expand her business and improve the standard of living of her family.
Mme vend des habits depuis 05ans. Elle s’approvisionne au marché de son secteur. Ses clients sont les femmes de son quartier.
Elle veut s’acheter 04 douzaines d’habits.
Elle veut épargner ses bénéfices afin de s’acheter une moto. Mme ambitionne étendre les limites de son activité et améliorer les conditions de vie de sa famille.
Previous Loan DetailsMrs. Sylvie is the representative of NONG TAABA Group. She's married and the mother of two children. The oldest is 10 and the youngest is 7 years old. Both children attend school. She has two persons to support. For four years, she's been selling clothing. She gets her supplies at the Sector 1... More from Nong Taaba Group's previous loan »
About Micro Start/AFDThis loan is administered by Micro Start/AFD, Kiva’s first Field Partner in Burkina Faso. Micro Start/AFD’s mission is to improve families' living conditions in general, and those of women in particular, by facilitating access to financial and non-financial services.
Micro Start/AFD is a professional microfinance institution offering financial services, advice, and training. One of the organization’s principal aims is to collect obligatory and voluntary savings that foster clients’ financial independence. Micro Start/AFD also focuses on building female entrepreneurs’ skills in management and business administration and improving the living conditions in its clients’ communities. More information can be found on Micro Start’s Kiva Field Partner Page.
Concurrent and Successive Loans
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