A loan helped a member to buy some tea, some sugar and some fish for resale.

08 -Thiar Group's story

This banc villageois was started in November, 2012. It hosts this group of 27 women who live in the same village. To improve their living conditions, they are working in retail which is their main business for generating income. They share good relationships and are cohesive. Madame Victoria, 66 years old, is married and the mother of 8 children, of whom 3 are girls. With the raised hand in the photo, she represents the group. She has good experience in small business. With her first loan she plans to buy some sugar, some tea and some dried fish to resell retail. She has a husband who is unwell and she has a little table at home where she sells her merchandise. The profits realized are going to take care of the food for the family and some work in the fields.

In this group: Victoria, Mouskeba, Amata, Mariama Wonto, Roky, Gnima, Khady, Fatou, Fatou, Binta, Safietou, Tenning, Marie, Fatoumata, Tombong, Gnima, Fatoumata, Germaine, Maimouna, Dieneba, Alphonsine, Fatoumata, Aramata, Yama, Fatou, Adama, Siranding

Translated from French.

This loan is special because:

It empowers women in rural Senegal.

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