Total loan: $4,950

Je Ye Se Kola Group

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Bla, Ségou Region, Mali / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy livestock to fatten and resell for covering the children's healthcare, food, and clothing.

Je Ye Se Kola Group's story

Alimata is a 39-years-old Malian woman who did not attend school. The one holding the sheep’s rope in the photo, she is the mother of four children (two boys and two girls), of whom one is in school. With her previous savings, she was able to pay for two sheep and for some sheet metal roofing for her house.

Her dream is to purchase for her family an ox for farming purposes. Her hope is to have a loan from RMCR to pay for sheep to raise. She gets supplies from the nearby market and sells at the same market after fattening her livestock. The profits earned from selling sheep let her cover the children’s expenses: healthcare, food, and clothing; all this with an average profit of 5,000 to 10,000 francs CFA a month.

She has not had any problems with RMCR loans and plans to be bolder in her work raising livestock, so as to have a good life for herself and her children.