A loan helped a member to buy 2 bags of onions, 4 bags of hibiscus flowers and 1 bag of monkey bread flour for her business and to reinvest the profits in the activity.


Woussounawan Group's story

Tono is the representative of the group Woussounawan. She is married and had 6 children. The oldest is 34 and the youngest is 16. 1 child goes to school and she has 3 dependents.
Tono has been selling vegetables for 23 years. She stocks up at the markets in the neighbouring villages.
With the money granted, she plans to buy 2 bags of onions, 4 bags of hibiscus flowers and 1 bag of monkey bread flour for her business and to reinvest her profits in the activity.
She would like to reinvest the profits from the loan in her business. She plans to buy her plot of land and guarantee a future for her children.

In this group: Tono, Salimata, Odette, Nab

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Joanne Assheton.


This loan is special because:

It empowers borrowers to grow their businesses.



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