Total loan: $2,875
Ndeye Aminata's Group
, , Senegal / Food
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A loan helped to procure the raw goods needed to prepare meals.
Ndeye Aminata's Group's story
This group is made up of very committed women, who have been developing [their businesses] since the creation of the banc villageois on 6 June 2002. In addition to the income generating activities centered around small-scale commerce, [these women have also developed] strong bonds of solidarity and mutual aid. Ndeye Aminata (standing on the right with her hand raised) is the featured borrower of this group. She is married and a mother of seven children, four boys and three girls. Ndeye Aminata has a small restaurant in the village where she sells breakfast. It is well-known in the area. She procures the raw goods that she needs from weekly markets and from wholesalers in the regional capital. She is an important customer because of her good service. With this new loan, she plans to buy the raw goods she needs to make her meals. In addition to increasing her savings in order to qualify for a larger loan, she also hopes to support her children in their schooling.