A loan of $925 helped to buy grains, oil, salt, sugar, etc.

Minaw's story

This woman is a widow who has the responsibility of educating her five children. In 1990, she embarked on commerce in grains, sugar, peanut oil, and various other products. This business now allows her to support herself and to provide for her children. She sells her products across from the Dabarakondji market in Lomé. She does a good job accommodating her customers, who come to her at any time to make their purchases. Right now, she’s requesting a WAGES loan to buy 5 sacks of corn, 5 sacks of beans, 2 sacks of sugar, 3 sacks of flour, and a variety of other goods.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey

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