A loan of $875 helped to buy grocery items.

Justine's story

In 2005, this lady became specialized in selling grocery items, palm oil and white oil to be precise.  She is married and the mother of two children.  This business allows her to bring her financial share to the household.  She usually stocks up in Tsévié, located about 30 km from Lomé, and also in Kpalimé, which is less distant.  She sells merchandise in the entryway of her house in the Tokoin Tamé district in Lomé. 

To renew her almost-exhausted stock, she's requesting a WAGES loan to order 50 containers of palm oil and 45 containers of white oil.  This loan will also enable her to cover the costs of transport to places with better supplies.  

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey

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