Total loan: $3,150

Imbabazi Savings Group

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Gatsibo, Eastern Province, Rwanda / Services

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Imbabazi Savings Group's story

Imbabazi Savings Group is the name of a group of entrepreneurs near the Nyabiheke refugee camp, which is one of the six refugee camps in Rwanda.

The members of this group are Hertier, Jerve, Marie Christine, Solange, Evaliste, Emmanuel, Clemence, Shahida, Anita, Diana, Diana, Emmanuel, Etienne, Hahirwabasenga, and Triphine. They all started their businesses very small, but now, the businesses have developed, and they are ready to take a group loan so they can get their operations to the next level. In fact, Imbabazi was formed for the purpose of sharing ideas and saving together so that they can improve their businesses, so they support each other in their aspirations for growth.

Hertier is one of the members of the Imbabazi Savings Group. He is a husband and a father of eight. His tailoring business allows him to support his family. He started the business with capital of RWF 80,000 from his savings, with which he bought a sewing machine and started making clothes for men and women.

Over the years, the business has grown, and now Hertier is requesting working capital to purchase fabrics so that he can meet customer demand. This infusion of capital will get the shop to the next level, and he has the support of the other members of the lending group to ensure that they can support each other as their businesses grow.