Total loan: $7,650

La Famille En Christ Group

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Brazzaville, Brazzaville, Congo (Rep.) / Clothing

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A loan helped to purchase clothing and towels in bulk to sell individually.

La Famille En Christ Group's story

For the last fifteen years, Roselyne has run her own business selling newborn baby clothing in the markets of Brazzaville. The mother of six children between the ages of twenty-three and two herself, Roselyne is well versed with the market for children’s clothing. With four children currently in school to help support, Roselyne has sought to grow her business in recent years. As such, Roselyne joined HOPE Congo and became a member of the community bank group LA FAMILLE EN CHRIST. Roselyne helps lead a group of ten other micro entrepreneurs from Brazzaville, the Republic of the Congo. Now on her seventh loan cycle with HOPE Congo, Roselyne would like to take out a loan of 400,000 CFA. With this money she will be able to purchase clothing and towels in bulk that she can then resell individually in the market. Drawing in clients with a clean, welcoming business, Roselyne always inquires after how her clients are doing. Little by little with the increase in her profits Roselyne has been able to build her home. She hopes to able to complete her home and open a second business selling drinks. Eventually she hopes to be able to travel to France or Benin to start a business in commerce. Roselyne also dreams of being able to send her children abroad to study and finish their education.