Total loan: $875
Simidji, , Mali / Food
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A loan helped to buy cereals and peanuts.
Born in 1972 in Ouelessebougou, Bourama lives with his six children and his wife in a nuclear family in Simidji, in the sub-district of Ouelessebougou (Koulikoro region, Republic of Mali). Bourama did not have the opportunity to go to school and quickly became interested in making money, notably by buying and selling cereals: millet, peanuts and corn. Worried about satisfying his growing clientele, Bourama decided to collaborate with Soro Yiriwaso after having repaid his second individual business loan. He is on his third loan with Soro Yiriwaso which will be used to by 10 sacks of peanuts, 10 sacks of corn and 10 sacks of millet from the rural producers in Niena, Koumantou and Faragouran. Essentially he sells for cash and credit, in bulk and retail in Simidji, to a clientele composed of men and women. Bourama hopes to make an average monthly income of 120 000 FCFA which will be used to repay the loan and invest in his business.