A loan of $450 helped to buy shoes.


Yawavi's story

This lady sells only women's shoes at the Hédzranamoé Market of Lomé. All together, she sells sandalettes (flip flops), dress shoes, flats, and other types of shoes. She is not married and has no children to support. This business allows her above all to support herself. She usually stocks up at the Grand Market of Lomé; itinerant sales women come to her at any time to stock up.

To renew her recently diminished inventory, she's requesting a WAGES loan to order 12 boxes of sandalettes, 15 boxes of dress shoes, and other types of footwear.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey



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