A loan helped a member to buy more maize flour, beans, sugar, and groundnuts.

Twitezimbere Cb Group's story

Benigne is the 40-year-old mother of four children. For the past seven years, she has owned a grocery store in her community. Her husband is a veterinarian.

Benigne is the leader of TWITEZIMBERE CB Group, which means “let us develop” in English. Group members sell different items and own a variety of businesses.

Benigne will use her portion of this loan to buy more maize flour, beans, sugar, and groundnuts to sell in her community to meet customer demand. She hopes to use her profits to expand her business and also invest in a poultry business.

Benigne is thankful for your support!

Due to the pandemic, Urwego was unable to photograph all group members. The photograph is of Benigne, the group representative.

In this group: Adalbert, Jacqueline, Esther, Sorina, Benigne , Noel, Innocent, Stanislas, Chantal, Gilbert, Celestin, Vestine, Celestin, Cassien, Jean, Pierre, Clement, Donata, Moise, Gerard

This loan is special because:

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

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