Married and 46 years old, Abravi has two children to support and lives in the Tokoin district. She went back to commerce in 1998 to sell secondhand clothing, which she purchases in Hezdranawè once a month. Abravi resells her goods in and around the big market of Lomé. She is requesting a loan to increase her business with a bale of clothing for children and adults and some pants, thus diversifying the choices of used clothing, as well as to make more profit.
Mariée âgée de 46 ans, Abravi a deux(2) enfants en charge et habite le quartier de Tokoin. Elle est rentrée dans le commerce depuis 1998 en revendant les friperies qu’elle achète à Hezdranawè une fois par mois. Abravi revend au grand marché de Lomé et les environs.Abravi sollicite un prêt pour augmenter son commerce de 1 ballot d’habit d’enfant, d’adulte et des pantalons en diversifiant le choix des friperies et faire plus de bénéfices.
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Assilassimé Solidarité (“Hand in Hand” in Ewe, the local language) is a nonprofit microfinance institution in Togo founded in 2012. The organization is distinguished in the Togolese microfinance landscape because it offers services only to vulnerable individuals in the Lomé area, particularly the disabled, single mothers, sex workers, people living with HIV, and widows. Kiva loans made through Assilassimé help some of Togo’s most vulnerable people, including the very poor, to start or grow businesses and establish stable livelihoods.
Because Assilassimé is a young microfinance institution that has yet to establish a track record, loans made through this organization carry a higher level of risk than typical loans on Kiva.