A loan helped a member to buy three sacks of pearl millet, four sacks of peanuts and five sacks of beans. The profits will be reinvested.

Ziwend Taore De Doure Group's story

Mrs. Alizeta is the leader of the Ziwend Taore de Doure group. She is married with nine children. The oldest is 33, and the youngest is 15. Six of the children go to school and she supports 10 people. This lady has been selling cereals and also raising livestock for 48 years. She buys her stock in nearby villages. With the loan, she plans to buy three sacks of pearl millet, four sacks of peanuts, and five sacks of beans. She will use the profits to reinvest. She wants to use the profits from the loan to reinvest in her business. Her ambition is to become a big storekeeper and to open a shop selling spare parts for one of her sons.

In this group: Alizeta, Leontine, Agueratou, Rasmata, Aoua Tinga, Tinga Fafi, Mariam, Abseta, Sandaogo Mahamadi

Translated from French.

This loan is special because:

It helps underserved farmers increase their output.

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