A loan helped a member to buy livestock to resell in order to meet the health needs of his children.

Miria Group's story

Dramane Moussa is the one holding the ram's rope in his hand in the photo. He is a client of RMCR. He is Malian, 51 years old, married to two women, and father of 7 children. Four of his children are in school. His wives are housewives.

He raises oxen as a loan activity. He buys and sells his animals at the weekly fairs in his area. The breeding activity is profitable for him because it allows him to cover the costs of healthcare and schooling for his children.

After a sale he may have a profit ranging from 25 000 XOF to 80 000 XOF over eight months. But he is often confronted with diseases and death of animals despite veterinary care.

His dream is to build a large enclosure for animals in order to improve his activity and eradicate his poverty in order to be independent.

In this group: Kontie Ousmane, Fadio, Dramane Moussa, Nouroutie, Issa , Drissa, Yacouba, Mamadou

Translated from French.

This loan is special because:

It empowers farmers and entrepreneurs in underserved areas in Mali.

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Loan details