Total loan: $5,900
Samory, , Mali / Retail
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Djigui-Tougou Group's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!
A loan helped to buy buckets for reselling, in order to attract more clients.
Djigui-Tougou Group's story
Hawa is the lady who has a hand on the merchandise. She is a trader of plastic buckets in Mali. She is 44 years old. She is married and has seven children, and two of her sons have completed their education. Her husband is a farmer. She went to Koranic school, and she took a loan to expand her business and have more income eventually. She gets her stock from Bakamo, Koutiala and Sikasso, and resells her goods in her local area's markets. Hawa buys buckets, baby's breath, cups, potatoes, and other things for her commercial business. She has been in this business for more than thirteen years, and she earns 30,000 XOF in profit monthly. Her dream is to expand her business so as to satisfy her clients, which will allow her to attract more clients in the days to come, as well as enable her to take care of her children's school fees and many other needs for her family's development.