A loan helped a member to boost her shoe sales activity by buying three sacks of shoes.


Tenda Mema Group's story

The customer, Kiza, is president of the group Tenda Mema, married, 26 years old and has five children who are all in school. Her husband is a chauffeur.
With this loan, she will boost her business of shoe sales by buying three sacs of shoes. To start her business, she was helped by her mother in 2009. Her business doesn't present any challenges. In the future, the customer hopes to advance her business, school her children and feed her family. Finally, she thanks Hekima for their support towards non-bankable micro-entrepreneurs.

In this group: Furaha, Fanny, Elisee, Chanceline, Mamy, Mihigo, Jeannine, Alice, Pesyan, Janvier, Brigitte, Francoise, Amisi, Moise, Masiri, Cecile, Leon, Kiza, Vahaviraki, Fabrice, Lucie, Jules, Dyna, Christian, Rachel, Ghislaine, Judith, Esther, Lisette, Chibalonza

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Joanne Assheton.


This loan is special because:

It serves entrepreneurs in conflict-affected areas with few opportunities.



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