A loan helped a member to buy more beans, maize, and soy beans to add to her business.

Twivanemubukene A Tcb Group's story

Greetings from Rwanda! This is Twivanemubukene A Tcb, a group of entrepreneurs who own businesses varying from food production to retail. The group’s name translates to “let us fight against poverty” in English.

Domine is 32 years old, married, and has two children aged between 4 and 8 years. She is the group’s proud representative.

Domine sells foodstuffs at the local market to meet ends for her family and has been running this business for the past 13 years. Domine is requesting this loan to buy more beans, maize, and soy beans to add to her business to meet customer demand so that she can be able to support her family financially, which can help her in raising her children.

Domine hopes that the extra income from this loan will allow her to increase her savings. In the future, Domine plans to see her business growing to the level where she can gain more from it and develop financially.

The child you see in the group picture is a borrower's child.

She thanks you for your support.

In this group: Danys, Joselyne, Odette, Eugenie, Beatha, Leonille, Domine, Zibiya, Marceline, Thacile, Emmanuel, Theogene, Thamar, Thomas, Vedaste, Faina, Frederick, Helene, Therese, Chantal, Gedeon, Adrienne, Josiane, Adelphine, Jacqueline, Leoncie, Donathile, Sifa, Alivera, Jacqueline

This loan is special because:

It provides financial opportunities to riskier Rwandan entrepreneurs who rely on social collateral.

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