A loan of $675 helped to buy hair extensions and weaves to sell.


Ewoe Judith's story

This is an unmarried lady with no children at all to support.  She has learned hairdressing as a trade.  In 2004, she opened her hair salon in the Totsi district of Lomé.  Over time, with regard to the loyalty of her customers, she also started to sell hair extensions and weaves to bring added value to her business.  She often goes to the Grand Market of Lomé to stock up on hair extensions and weaves.  At present, has has very busey customers; and to respond further to their expectations, she has recruited an apprentice hairdresser. 

To renew her stock of merchandise, she's requesting a WAGES loan to buy 50 Nina hair extensions, 50 Curly hair extensions, 50 Ondulées hair extensions, and some weaves in different ranges. 

She is proud of her business.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey



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