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Fatoumata Néné
Miss Fatoumata Néné D. is a young merchant in the Cité Niakh neighborhood of Thiès. She is 23 years old, and has been selling breakfast, lunches and clothing for almost two years. She inherited the business from her elder sister who left it to join her husband. Miss D., who previously helped her sister run the business, believes that customer relations are the most important part of doing business.

Miss D. has been a member of U-IMCEC for two years, has finished reimbursing a loan two months ago, and is now requesting a loan for 200,000 FCFA to acquire clothes and shoes for resale.

With this investment she intends to offer the option of credit payments to her customers, with a payback frequency established at the time of sale. With her projected earnings, Miss D. will assist her mother with household expenses and take care of her own needs.
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Mademoiselle Fatoumata Néné D. est une jeune commerçante au quartier Cité Niakh Thiès. Elle est âgée de 23 ans et vend le petit déjeuner, le diner et des habits depuis presque deux ans. Elle a héritée ce commerce de sa grande sœur qui lui a légué le business pour aller rejoindre son mari. Cependant Mademoiselle D. qui aidait sa sœur à ce travail pense que les rapports avec la clientèle est la plus importante dans le business.
Membre de U-IMCEC depuis 2 ans, Mademoiselle D., après le prêt qu’elle a soldé il y’a 2 mois, sollicite un prêt de 200 000 FCFA pour s’équiper en robes, chaussures destinées á sa vente. Elle compte avec cet investissement placer à crédit ses produits à sa clientèle qui vont lui régler par fréquences pré-établies pendant la vente. Avec les bénéfices qu’elle espère gagner, Mademoiselle D. compte aider sa maman à la charge de la maison et régler ses propres.

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This loan is administered by UIMCEC, a Kiva Field Partner in Senegal since 2008. UIMCEC is a government-regulated microfinance institution whose mission is to improve the revenue and well-being of families through access to financial services, allowing principally women and young adult micro-entrepreneurs living in rural and semi-rural areas to develop their revenue-generating businesses and supporting them in becoming financially self-sufficient.

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  • $2,300
    Average annual income
  • 22
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  • $14,744,050
    Funds lent in using Kiva
  • 481.9
    Communauté Financière Africaine Francs BCEAO (XOF) = $1 USD