A loan helped a member to buy fresh fish in bulk to reinforce her initial supply.

Neema Kwetu Group's story

Madame Antoinette is a client of the microfinance institute Hekima and president of the banque villageoise Neema Kwetu. Married, she is 51 years of age and mother to seven children who all study. Her spouse is a plumber.

She sells fresh fish, having started this business ten years ago with a launch fund her husband received. Later, she requested a loan from Hekima to support her business. With this new loan, she will procure fresh fish in bulk to reinforce her initial supply. Her business doesn't face any challenges.

She wishes to send her children to school. In conclusion, she thanks Hekima and its partners for the support given to unbanked entrepreneurs.

In this group: Tantine, Charlotte, Faida, Chance, Rachel, Tantine, Immaculee, Justine, Christian, Claudine, Noella, Colette, Antoinette, Safi, Aimee, Edouige, Claude, Faustin, Aisha, Augustin, Kalongo, Riziki, Mariamu

Translated from French.

This loan is special because:

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

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