A loan helped a member to buy animals to resell in order to take care of his family.

Wuyetagui Group's story

This young bachelor stopped going to school in the 9th grade. His name is Dramane, he is 20 years old, and he's pictured holding the ox. Since he left school, Dramane has thrown himself into his work raising oxen and sheep. He has a goal of discouraging youth his age from frequenting gold panning areas.

This is the reason that he wishes to support himself with his own trade of livestock raising, which he learned from his father. To better practice his trade, Dramane requested a loan of 250,000 FCFA to buy 2 oxen to raise. He makes his purchases and sales at local fairs.

His average predicted profit is 60,000 F per month. This loan will enable him to grow his business and ensure that the family expenses are met. Dramane has been raising livestock for over 6 years and he is frequently confronted with problems selling his oxen that are tied to spontaneous price drops.

In this group: Lamine, Noumousso, Dramane, Karim, Salimata, Mariam, Salimata

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Eva Nichols.

This loan is special because:

It empowers farmers and entrepreneurs in underserved areas in Mali.

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