A loan helped a member to buy more sweet potatoes and other vegetables.


Twiyubake Tcb Group's story

Greetings from Rwanda! This is “Twiyubake TCB”, a group of entrepreneurs who own businesses varying from food production to retail. The group’s name translates to “let’s build ourselves” in English.

Victoire is 41 years old, married, and has six children between the ages of 5 and 19. She is the group’s proud representative.

Victoire sells foodstuffs at the local market and has been running this business for the past three years. She has requested a loan to buy more sweet potatoes and other vegetables so that she can meet the demands of her customers. Victoire hopes that the extra income from this loan will allow her to renovate her house. In the future, she plans to see her business growing. She thanks the lenders for their support.

Due to the global pandemic, most of the members in the group were not able to attend the group photo. Instead, a few representatives of the group were available for the group photo.

In this group: Sylvere, Cecile, Jeanne, Francoise, Keleni, Aloysie, Generas, Dominique, Jeninah, Laurence, Gaudence, Alphonsine, Phenias, Gaspal, Albert, Francois, Victoire, Jean Marie Vianney, Protogene, Jeannine, Alphonsine, Jackson, Edouard, Laurent, Nkunzabo, Mukeshimana, Speciose, Vestine, Marie


This loan is special because:

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



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