Total loan: $2,975
Charité Plus Group
Kinshasa, Kinshasa, Congo (DRC) / Health
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A loan helped to increase her business inventory by buying some more medicine to resell and generate more profit.
Charité Plus Group's story
Hélène is the leader of a Community bank named Charité Plus, which is composed of 10 micro-entrepreneurs united in solidarity to receive loans from Kiva through IMF HOPE RDC with the goal of developing their businesses. Hélène is 49 years old and the mother of three children aged between 7 and 16. All of her children attend school. Hélène runs a drugstore. She has been a micro entrepreneur since 1987. She is working hard to achieve her ambition of opening a cellphone booth and become financially independent. She is requesting a new loan to buy some more medicines to resell with the aim of increasing profits. As she wanted to develop her business, she decided to join one of Hope’s groups. Hélène is a trustworthy client of the MFI Hope DRC, having received 12 loans so far and repaying them on time. She makes a profit of about $200 per month. She has succeeded with good strategies to build permanent customers. She always talks with her customers and she knows them well by their names, and her drugstore is always well-stocked.