Total loan: $800

Dye Sel Met(Ga)

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Jeremie, Simon, Grand'Anse Department, Haiti / Retail

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A loan helped to buy cosmetics to retail in flea markets.

Dye Sel Met(Ga)'s story

Dye Sel Met is a rural group that was launched in 2015 aiming to bring hope to very poor women.

The leader of this group is Jertha, a 51-year-old lady who coordinates and supervises the group. Ninety percent of the members sell cosmetics because the profit margin can cover their daily expenses.

Jertha's group has been linked with Zafen since last July. Like many other women-led cooperatives, Jertha's group would like to find a loan to buy cosmetics in bulk. As a result, the profit will help the members rent new homes or buy livestock.

From right to left, Jertha (president) is pictured with two other members: Philistin as treasurer (middle) and Anise as deputy treasurer (left).