Total loan: $3,400

Kotognogontala Group

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Bla, Ségou Region, Mali / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy animals to resell in order to support her family.

Kotognogontala Group's story

Niadje is a 44-year-old Malian. She is married and the mother of six children, three of whom are in school. Her children are between the ages of five and 20 years old. She is a housewife who is unable to read and has been farming for six years. Today, she wants to expand and increase this business to make it her main source of income.

In the photo, Niadje is the woman holding the ram. She is taking a loan from RMCR to buy sheep and rams. She acquires them in the surrounding villages and sells the animals at the local market. After the sale, she can have 32,500 FCFA as profit in each cycle. The profit generated from the sale of rams allows her to take care of the health, education, clothing and food of her children. She had no problem with the RMCR loan.

In the future, Niadje hopes to gain more money to improve her livestock farming business in order to better meet the needs of her customers and their families.