A loan helped a member to exploit her garden and produce vegetables and fruits to sell.

Tekedignokoma Group's story

Minata, age 37, is the mother of a family. Her businesses are market gardening and retail. She's very courageous in her business. In the photograph, she's holding an eggplant in her hand. She has five children, aged 4 to 16. Three of them go to school. Her main business is market gardening. Her husband helps her to succeed in her business.

In order to expand her business, she's seeking support from RMCR. She borrowed money to buy seeds and supplies. She hopes to turn an after sale profit of XOF 200'000. In the future, she wants to be an exemple for all the women in her village by ensuring that her children get educated.

In this group: Gnibani, Soundie, Sekou, Kouroufing, Awa, Ba, Diamako, Coumba, Korika, Minata, Tioro, Koko, Maramou, Kotindia

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Patrick Stadelmann.

This loan is special because:

It empowers farmers and entrepreneurs in underserved areas in Mali.

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