Total loan: $2,075
, , Senegal / Retail
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A loan helped to buy fresh fish for resale.
Tabara's Group's story
This group, consisting of four women, is part of a "Banc villageois" that has been in existence since November 2013. The women live in the same village and get along well with each other. They already repaid seven loans without any issues. They work in small business and agriculture. Madam Tabara, 24, standing at the right of the picture wit her hand up, is responsible for the group. She is married and has two children. Tabara has a small business selling fish. She buys her stock at the market of the city closest to where she lives and sells from her home. The loan amount will go entirely to buying her product which she has to buy at market price. She lives in a rural area quite distant from the center of the city and fresh fish is rare, therefore, she doesn't have any problems selling. Her profits will be used to provide for her family, to increase her savings and to invest in the development of her business.