Total loan: $475

Twitezimbere Group

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Nyamata, Eastern Province, Rwanda / Retail

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A loan helped to more inventory and have sufficient stocks of merchandises for sale.

Twitezimbere Group's story

Hilarie is 31 years old, is married and has four young children. She is very kind and popular among her neighbors and locals of community where she lives happily.

For the past seven years, Hilarie has owned a small retail shop selling rice, beans, sugar, vegetables, soaps and other basic goods without an employee. Because she is a hard-working woman, she can handle all duties alone. Hilarie is aiming the expedition of her business, but she is constantly challenged with the lack of capital. She is requesting this loan in order to have capital and buy more inventory and have sufficient stock of merchandise for sale.

The profits generated by this loan will be saved and utilized to pay for her children's school fees and medical insurance. This is her first loan cycle with Visionfund Rwanda; consequently Hilarie is sincerely grateful towards the Kiva lenders for allowing her this loan so that she can expand her business and improve her family's living conditions.