A loan helped a member to buy fish products that are intended for resale.


01_Refane Mboss Group's story

This group of three valiant women is part of the Banc Villageois set up in December 2012. They live in the same village and are united by strong ties of kinship and solidarity. They have successfully repaid several loans. Their main activity is commerce.
The 37-year-old Madame Ndéye is in charge, on the far right and raising her hand, she is married and has eight children including a daughter.
Lady Ndéye runs a small trade in fish products (shrimps, oysters, etc.), she does her buying in a neighboring town and resells at the market in her village. She has a good experience of several years in the field.
Her credit will be used to buy oysters, shrimps, dried fish, smoked fish and other molluscs that she will resell with a profit margin. She is very good at this activity.
The profits allow her to invest in the construction of her room and the purchase of a bed.

In this group: Penda, Fatou, Ndéye

Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Laetitiah Magara.


This loan is special because:

It empowers women in rural Senegal.



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