A loan of $975 helped to sell generic pharmaceuticals.


Ayélé's story

This is a woman who is an obstetrics nurse. To help patients who have little money for acquiring medicines, she started selling generic pharmaceutical products. Part of her inventory is exhausted. She wants to stock up again. But since the means at her disposal are insufficient, she’s requesting another loan from WAGES to buy: ten boxes of quinine, fifteen boxes of injectable Analgin (painkiller and fever reducer), five boxes of Lufanter (anti-malarial drug), ten containers of Surdex, and sixteen boxes of glucose serum. She is married and the mother of one child.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey



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