A loan helped a member to buy seeds and sheep.

05-Tacku Ligueye Group's story

This group of women has been in existence since June 2017. They live in the same community and maintain very strong family bonds and ties of solidarity. They primarily work in agriculture and raising animals.

Anthia, the group representative, is forty-four years old, married and the mother of seven children including two daughters. She grows crops and raises animals.

With this loan, she plans to buy peanut seeds to grow and sheep to raise. Afterwards, she will resell her products at the local market for a good price, hoping for the highest profits. With these profits, she plans to help her husband provide for the family's needs (food, healthcare, and children's school fees).

In this group: Anthia, Bintou, Awa Cheikh, Aida, Ndeye, Arame, Amy , Maye

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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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