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Total loan: $2,850

Wadewessi Group

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Tènè, Ségou Region, Mali / Food

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A loan helped To purchase sax of peanuts to resell later.


Wadewessi Group's story

Pehan is the name of the person holding the shelling machine. She is illiterate, 22 years old, married, and the mother of two children, aged 2 and 8. One of the children is in school. Pehan’s main work involves purchasing peanuts to stock up and to trade later.

Her dream is to increase her income. This is why she has turned to the micro-finance institution to stock up with many sacks of peanuts. She resides in Mali.

She gets her supplies from the local markets in town where she makes her sales too. After a certain period of time, when the price of peanuts goes up, she sells at the local markets to make a profit, which is about 15,000 francs CFA per month. There can be obstacles, such as the lack of funds to make purchases.