A loan helped to increase the stock of cereals.


Donathile's story

Donathile is a Rwandese and a mother of four children. She owns a big store of different cereals and five grinding machines in the market that are run by her spouse.

Donathile started the business in 2014 with 100 USD from her previous employment. She started really small, selling a few portions of cereal. Today she is well known for having a variety of cereals in the market. She sells cereals such as sorghum, millet, soya, groundnuts, and poultry feed.

The business is recognized in the community, where she is a wholesaler to different grocery stores in the area. She has hired three employees to help her run the business. A loan to Donathile will help her increase the stock of cereals so that she can satisfy the growing demand.


This loan is special because:

It help refugees integrate into their host communities.



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