A loan helped a member to buy sugar, powdered milk, oil and tea.

02_Temento Faramba Group's story

This group was created in May 2009 and is made up of dynamic women with strong bonds of solidarity. They live in the same community. They work primarily running small businesses.

Diabou, standing on the far right of the photo with a hand raised, is the group's representative. She is thirty-eight years old. She is married with three children. She runs a small business, which she has been doing for a long time.

With her loan, she wants to buy sugar, powdered milk, oil and tea that she will resell in the village. With the profits, she will build up her savings and grow her business.

In this group: Diabou , Dioulde, Mariama , Fatoumata, Doussou, Coumba, Ramata, Mariama Diaby, Meta, Kadidiatou, Adama, Kerde, Fanta, Hawa, Diarry, Aissatou, Dabel, Khadidiatou, Dado, Marie, Tening, Hadjiratou, Diare, Diappere, Fatou, Mariama, Ansatou Tening, Tacko, Doussou, Diabou, Mariama Diaby, Aminata, Coumbayel, Rouby, Oumou

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Abigail Leavens.

This loan is special because:

It empowers women in rural Senegal.

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