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Total loan: $875

Mahudo Pk10 Group


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A loan helped to buy beans and condiments.


Mahudo Pk10 Group's story

The Mahudo PK10 is composed of four individuals living in the same location in Benin. The group’s representative, by the name of Elisabeth, is the one raising her hand in the photo. This is the third time that the group is seeking financial support from ALIDé in order to expand their business activities. Elisabeth is 31 years old and married to Benjamin, a stonemason. They have three dependent children, all of whom go to school. The spouses live together with their children and jointly provide for various family needs. Elisabeth didn’t go to school. For almost seven years, Elisabeth has been selling cooked beans (commonly known as “adowè”) and bread in a town of Benin, which allows her to provide for her family’s needs adequately. As a secondary activity, Elisabeth sells firewood. In order respond better to client demand, Elisabeth would like to bolster her business capital and expand her activities. To achieve this, Elisabeth, along with other members of the Mahudo PK10 group, is seeking a third loan from ALIDé.