Saint Jean Baptiste Group
Update on Saint Jean Baptiste GroupDelphine is the representative of the "Saint Jean Baptiste" group. Delphine is married and is the mother of five children ranging in age from two months to 13 years. Three of her children go to school.
For the past eight years, she has been making and selling "dolo" (millet beer). She buys her supplies at the Bendatoega market. Her clients are both men and women. She would like to buy three sacks of red sorghum and four cartloads of wood to make her dolo.
She would like to reinvest her profits. She would like to grow her business and help with her children's schooling.
Elle prépare et vend le dolo depuis 08ans. Elle s’approvisionne au marché de Bendatoega. Ses clients sont les femmes et les hommes.
Elle veut s’acheter 03sacs de sorgho rouge et 04 charrettes de bois pour la préparation de son dolo.
Mme veut réinvestir ses bénéfices. Elle ambitionne étendre les limites de son activité et aider à scolariser ses enfants.
Previous Loan DetailsMs. Delphine is the leader of the "Saint Jean Baptiste" group. Odette is doing well, but has given over her position to Delphine. Delphine is also married and has four children. The oldest is 12 and the youngest is 5. Three of her children attend school. She has prepared and sold dolo (millet be... More from Saint Jean Baptiste Group's previous loan »
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