Saleh lives in Bujumbura and is a member of the group Lajoyeuse. She is married to a mechanic named Atibu, and they have three children aged 13 to 23, one of them in school.
Saleh has been selling palm oil, rice and beans for five years. This is her second loan cycle with Turame, and she will use the funds to bolster her working capital and stock up on palm oil to sell and increase her revenue.
In the coming years, she would like to start selling spare parts imported from Dubaï. She hopes to see her child become a doctor once he completes his studies.
Saleh fait partie du groupe Lajoyeuse et habite à Bujumbura. Elle est mariée à Atibu un mécanicien. Ensemble ils ont 3 enfants âgés de 13 à 23 ans dont 1 étudie.
Elle fait le commerce de l'huile de palme,du riz et du haricot depuis 5 ans.
Elle est à son deuxième crédit à Turame. Avec le crédit KIVA qu’elle obtient, elle va augmenter son capital et acheter une grande quantité d’huile de palme à revendre pour gagner plus.
Dans les années à venir, elle voudrait faire le commerce de pièces de rechange en provenance de Dubaï, et voir son enfant devenir Docteur après ses études.
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