A loan helped a member to buy women's shoes and fabric to resell.


01_Nduff1 Group's story

This group of eighteen women is part of the banc villageois established in the area in December 2019. They live in the same village and get along well in and out of the workplace. Their primary occupation is business.

Fatoumata Binetou is the group's representative. She is 27 years old and is standing to the right of the photo, wearing red clothing with her hand raised. She is married and the mother of two children, a girl and a boy who do not yet go to school. Fatoumata Binetou works as a door-to-door clothing and shoe seller. She has one year of experience in the business sector.

She plans to buy 25 pairs of women's shoes and 12 cuts of fabric. She is able to sell her merchandise. Her profits will go towards developing her business.

In this group: Fatoumata Binetou, Amy, Awa, Amy, Déguène, Mariame, Aïda, Baffou, Diakhou, Seynabou, Rock, Thimbane, Fatou Ndiolé, Waline, Coumba, Thioro, Ndéye Ndiaye, Maty

Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Will Gleason.


This loan is special because:

It empowers women in rural Senegal.



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