Jacqueline is a member of the Abanyeshaka group and she lives in Bujumbura. She is 44 years old and married to Malachie, a civil servant. They have two children together, aged 11 and 15.
Jacqueline runs a restaurant in which she has been preparing rice, beans and potatoes for six years.
She became a client of Turame in 2004. With this loan, received from Kiva, she will increase her capital and buy a large quantity of beans, rice and potatoes that she will cook and serve in her restaurant.
In the coming years, she would like to become a wholesaler of commercial beer.
Jacqueline fait partie du groupe Abanyeshaka et habite à Bujumbura. Elle a 44 ans et est mariée à Malachie, un fonctionnaire. Ensemble ils ont 2 enfants, âgés de 11 à 15 ans.
Elle fait le commerce de restaurant (riz, haricot, pomme de terre,…) depuis 6 ans.
Elle est cliente de Turame depuis 2004. Avec le crédit KIVA qu’elle obtient, elle va augmenter son capital et acheter une grande quantité de haricot, de riz, de pomme de terre,... à revendre cuits, dans son restaurant.
Dans les années à venir, elle voudrait devenir un commerçant grossiste de la bière industrielle.
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