Wend Pa Gouin Group
Update on Wend Pa Gouin GroupLizeta is the representative of the Wend Pa Gouin group. She is married and the mother of 8 children, the oldest of whom is 40 years old, and the youngest of whom is 20 years old. None of them attend school, and Lizeta has 7 people in her care. She has been in the business of making dolo for 15 years. She stocks up in Manga and in Kokologho, and her customers are both men and women. She wants to purchase 2 50-kg bags of millet and 4 batches of firewood for making dolo (a local beverage of millet beer). She plans to reinvest her profits in her business, and hopes to expand her business and to better support her family.
Mme fait la transformation (dolo) depuis 15ans. Elle s’approvisionne à Manga et à Kokologho. Ses clients sont les hommes, les femmes.
Elle veut s’acheter 02sacs de mil de 50kg et 04rangées de bois Pour la préparation du dolo (boisson local ou bière de mil).
Mme veut réinvestir ses bénéfices dans son activité. Elle ambitionne agrandir son commerce et mieux entretenir sa famille.
Previous Loan DetailsMs. LIZETA is the official of the group WEND PA GUOIN. She is a married mother of eight children. The oldest is 40 years old, and the youngest is 20. None of them go to school, and she has seven persons to support. Ms. LIZETA has been making 'dolo' (a local beverage) for fifteen years. She gets… More from Wend Pa Gouin Group's previous loan »
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