Total loan: $1,825

Twitezimbere-Kabaya Group

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Musanze, Northern Province, Rwanda / Food

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A loan helped to buy more items such as maize, beans and Irish potatoes to sell to her community.

Twitezimbere-Kabaya Group's story

Philomene is married. She has three children ages 11 to 17. As the group leader for Twiteziembere-Kabaya, she’s shown in this photo as the person seated with a paper. Philomene has been in business for eight years doing a food business where she sells maize, beans and Irish potatoes.

She is taking out a loan to get a profit and expand her business, and hopes that as a result of this loan, she’ll be able to increase profits with her business so that she can be able to pay school fees for her children, medical insurance and renovate her own house.

This is Philomene’s seventh loan with VisionFund Rwanda, and with this loan she hopes her family’s life will improve by saving for her future and being able to provide food for her family.