Total loan: $1,600

Dioubo Ndiaffate Group

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Kaolack, Kaolack Region, Senegal / Agriculture

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A loan helped to buy seeds for farming.

Dioubo Ndiaffate Group's story

Mr. Ndiogou is the president of the group Dioubo Ndiaffate (in the Wolof language); in French, it means entente [understanding]. This loan is intended for a group comprising seven members, all of whom run farming businesses. Aged 38 years, Mr. Ndiogou is married and the father of five children between the ages of three months and ten years; two of them are in school.

For his part, Mr. Ndiogou plans to buy seeds (peanut, millet, melon), fertilizer, urea, etc., in order to expand the scope of his farm.

He buys inputs subsidized by the state, which are sold in the cooperative in his area. The harvest will be sold in the weekly markets in his area and the village warehouses.

With the profits of his business he will somehow provide for the needs of his family (health, food, education, hygiene, etc.)

His main hope is to be a very great framer of national renown and to be able to export his products to the sub-region.

He has run this business for twenty years; the main problem is that his business depends entirely on rainfall.