A loan helped a member to buy more beans, cooking oil, maize flour, and rice to meet customer demand.

Tuzamurane Cb Group's story

Esperance is 32 years old and married with three children, ages between 7 and 17 years. Her husband is a businessman. For the past 10 years she has been working in a shop. She is the leader of the group named Tuzamurane Cb. In English it means “develop each other.” Group members sell different items and own a variety of businesses.

Esperance will use her loan to buy more beans, cooking oil, maize flour and rice to meet customer demand in her community. With the profits from her sales, she will pay school fees for their children and put away some savings. She is thankful for the support.

Due to the global pandemic, Urwego was not able to photograph all the members, but Urwego was able to get one representative for the group photo.

In this group: Agnes, Francine, Emelianna, Samuel, Speciose, Uzamukunda, Frodouard, Emmanuel, Theresie, Esperance, Innocent, Mukeshimana, Agnes, Uwimanireba, Vincent, Djuma, Drocella, Jeannette, Bizabarimana, Carine, Nyiransengimana, Mukarumanzi, Honore, Beatha, Erisa, Evariste, Kundutete

This loan is special because:

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

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