Total loan: $6,225

Arche De Noé Group

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Goma, North Kivu province, North-Kivu, Congo (DRC) / Clothing

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A loan helped to stock up with a bale of secondhand clothing to sell with the aim of raising poultry one day.

Arche De Noé Group's story

Georgette is a client of the microfinance institution Hekima and a merchant selling secondhand clothing in her home on a busy avenue in town. The president of the 'banc villageois' named “Arche de Noé”, she is 55, a widow, and the mother of six children, of whom three are students, and three are done with school. She has been operating her business for ten years with capital from her husband when he was alive.

She is going to stock up with two bales of secondhand clothing to bolster her business and to keep being of service to her customers.

Her wish is to raise chickens and to provide an education and food to her children. So, she thanks Hekima and its partners for supporting unbanked entrepreneurs. In the photo, it should be noted that one client is carrying her baby.