A loan of $925 helped to buy and sell clothing for babies.

Tchapo B.'s story

In 2003, this lady opened a store selling children's clothing in the Nukafu area of Lomé; in fact, she sells shoes, baby bottles, and light shirts for children and babies. She is married to a business executive who guides and counsels her in the management of her store, which is unusual in this area. She generates a good income these days and foresees selling even more for the festivals at the end of the year. To establish a stock of fashionable items, she is seeking a loan through WAGES (one of Kiva's field partners) to buy high quality shoes, shirts, and dresses for children, as well as baby bottles currently in fashion. She is the mother of two children and believes that this loan will bring positive change to the development of her business.

Translated from French by Kiva volunteer

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