Baraka 2 Group
A loan of $4,225 helps a member to stock up on used shoes, which will strengthen her initial capital.
Baraka 2 Group's story
Mrs. Furaha is a client of the Hekima IMF and chairs the Baraka 2 groupe villageoise. She is married, 41 years old and the mother of six children who are all in school. Her partner is a mason.
Mrs. Furaha is a shoe seller. She started this business in 1998 with the start-up funds received from her husband. She later got involved with the Hekima program to support her business, during which time it gradually evolved. With this new loan, she will stock up on used shoes, which will strengthen her initial capital. The challenge of her business is linked to the lack of customers.
She would like her children to continue studying and develop her business. Finally, Mrs. Furaha would like to thank Hekima and its partners for the support provided to owners of non-cash-converting businesses during this global COVID-19 crisis.
The photo is only of the leader of the group in compliance with COVID-19 social distancing measures.
In this group: Furaha, Bahogwerhe, Rehema, Pascaline, Faida, Cirezi, Yotemema, Atosha, Birindwa, Neema, Ada, Vumilia, Kabika, Nabintu, Pascaline, Faida, Cirezi, Atosha, Kungwa, Neema
Translated from French View original language description.