Shima Ii Group
Oda was a supplier of clothes and shoes in the Bujumbura central market. [However], she was one of the victims of the fire there [recently] and lost merchandise worth 1,500,000 BIF. With this Kiva loan, she is going to restore her capital by buying clothes and shoes to resell, so she can continue earning a living.
Elle a sous sa charge un élève.
Elle était fournisseur des habits et des chaussures au marché central de Bujumbura. Elle a perdu des marchandises d’une valeur de 1 500 000Fbu (956,64$) par l’incendie.
Avec le crédit KIVA qu’elle obtient, elle va reconstituer son capital en achetant des habits et des chaussures à revendre, pour continuer de gagner sa vie.
More information about this loan
This borrower was directly impacted by the recent fire at the Bujumbura Central Market in Burundi. Many people lost everything. Accordingly, Turame Community Finance is postposing repayment on existing loans for some of its clients affected by the fire, and is offering them additional capital to relaunch their businesses. Because these clients will be rebuilding from the ground up during a period of economic stress, these loans may carry additional risk.
This is a Group Loan
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