A loan helped a member to buy various food supplies to resell and inputs for poultry farming.


Marème Dite Ndébane's Group's story

This group composed of eight women is part of the Banc Villageois created in May 2013. They live in the same village and share good relationships of kinship, neighborliness, and solidarity. Their main occupation is small retail. They have paid back many loans with success.

Marème Dite Ndébane is 56 years old and the representative of the group, is standing on the right of the photo and is raising her hand. She is married, and the mother of four boys and three girls, three of whom go to school.

Marème Dite Ndébane runs a business selling fried dough and vegetables at the village market. She also is a poultry farmer. She has six years of experience in these two sectors.

With her loan she counts on buying two sacks of flour, one sack of sugar, and one 20L can of oil, to prepare her fried dough. For her poultry farming she plans to buy 100 chickens, 10 sacks of chicken feed, and to pay for their vaccines.

With her profit she will build up her savings and pay for her children’s education.

In this group: Marème Dite Ndébane, Bousso, Astou, Aby, Rokhoya, Khady, Ndéye Rama, Fatou

Translated from French.


This loan is special because:

It empowers women in rural Senegal.



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