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Total loan: $4,850
TOGOGANA, Région maritime, Mali / Agriculture
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Yogodiougo Group's loan finished fundraising,
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A loan helped to buy sheep to fatten for resale at a reasonable profit.
Yogodiougo Group's story
The person who is presenting the ram in the photo is called Fatouma Allaye. She is 32 years old. She is Malian and illiterate. She lives with her husband who is a farmer and her six children (two girls and four boys). Four of them go to school. For 12 years she has been raising sheep to provide for her own and her children's needs. She buys sheep, raises them, then resells them. At present, Fatouma Allaye is looking for another loan to buy three sheep, two sacks of cattle cake, and to pay for the cost of veterinary care to fatten up the sheep and increase her profit on resale. She buys her stock at the local market and also sells her goods there. The profit will enable her to buy clothing, shoes, and school materials for her children. It will also permit her to help her husband to pay for the cost of condiments.