Total loan: $2,500
, , Senegal / Retail
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Yeggo Group's loan finished fundraising,
but these similar borrowers just need a little more help to reach their goals!
A loan helped to buy millet, peanuts, corn and soap.
Yeggo Group's story
The solidarity group Yeggo was created at the same time as the Banc Villageois. It is made up of 15 women who all come from the same village and the same group. To show their affinity, they have given the group the name “agreement” because of their good relationships. Madame Anthia, the leader of this group who is standing to the right in the photo, is 43 years old, married and a mother. She is the mother of three children but does not have any of them in her care. She has been a member of the Banc Villageois since it was created. She is a retail merchant who sells various products. With her new loan she will buy four sacks of millet, three sacks of peanuts, two sacks of corn and two packs of soap. Her profits will allow her to contribute to meeting the family’s needs by buying rice, oil, clothing, medicine, etc.