A loan of $1,050 helped buying pharmaceutical products.

Cecile's story

This is lady who is married and the mother of three children.  Her husband is a mechanic, and they live together in Aguiarkomé, an outlying district of Lomé.  In 1998, she started a pharmaceuticals business.  She gets her supplies from Accra, so the purchase price is less expensive for her. She realizes better profits in this way. 

Her inventory is low.  She would like to stock up again and is therefore requesting a loan from WAGES for buying five boxes of syringes, six boxes of Paracétamol (reduces pain and fever), and other pharmaceutical products.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey

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