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Total loan: $550

Atsoé

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Aného, Maritime Region, Togo / Arts

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A loan helped to buy in whole the necessary raw materials to the shoes fabrication.


Atsoé's story

Born from a modest family, Mr Atsoé J. is handicapped from the feet since his birth. This complexed him very early from school which he had abandoned already at the primary school at the age of 12 years. Then, he opted for the cobblery which he exercises well for 25 years. He his the owner of his private workshop and has six (06) apprentices who are training actually. Father of two (02) children, Mr Atsoé J. has at his dependence in additional to his own children, three (03) nephews of whom he is assuring the education. He has shown the proof of a good management of his workshop of which customary continues to growth. Wish the quality of his products and services. Mr J. is well appreciated in his area and is enjoying from a good credibility. Today, he is requesting a credit of $550 to buy in whole the necessary raw materials to the shoes fabrication in order to increase his incomes especially at these years-end feasts where he receives much demands. Financing this project, it is to encourage the handicapped to their self taking into charge in order not to be considered as the rejected persons of the society.

Né d’une famille modeste, Monsieur J. Atsoè est handicapé des deux jambes dès sa naissance. Ceci le complexa très tôt à l’école qu’il avait du abandonner déjà au cours primaire à l’âge de 12 ans. Il opta alors pour la cordonnerie qu’il exerce en maître depuis 25 ans. Il est propriétaire de son propre atelier et a 6 apprenties qu’il forme actuellement. Père de deux (02) enfants, Monsieur J. Atsoè a à sa charge en plus de ses enfants, 3 neveux dont il assure la scolarisation. Il a fait preuve de la bonne gestion de son atelier dont la clientèle ne fait que s’accroître. De par la qualité de produits et services, J. Atsoè est bien apprécié dans son quartier et jouit d’une bonne crédibilité. Il sollicite aujourd’hui un crédit de $550 pour acheter en gros les matières premières nécessaires à la fabrication des chaussures augmenter ses revenus surtout en ces fêtes de fin d’années où il accumule beaucoup de commandes. Financer ce projet, c’est encourager les handicapés à leur auto prise en charge pour ne pas se considérer comme des exclus de la société.