A loan helped a member to buy animals to resell in order to take charge of his family.

Danaya Group's story

The man who has the sheep's rope in his hand is named Amadou. He is a 42 year old Malian who is the married father of 6 children, of whom 4 boys and 1 girl go to school. He is a farmer and raises sheep. He buys the sheep, raises them for several months and then resells them with interest.

He notes that for every sale, he can make 40 000FCFA or more of profit. Part of this profit is invested in taking care of his family (food, payments for school, medical care, shoes and clothing) and the rest in the business. He has been raising animals for about 16 years and buys his sheep at the local market, or from individuals, and resells them at the same market. As part of expanding the volume for this business, he is asking RMCR to grant a loan. His dream is to ensure the education of his children.

In this group: Amadou, N'golo, Hamary, Moriba, N'tji, Aly

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Suzanne McCoskey.

This loan is special because:

It empowers farmers and entrepreneurs in underserved areas in Mali.

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