A loan of $4,475 helped a member acheter des tissus, des ustensiles de cuisine et des téléphones portables.

Sope Naby Group's story

The SOPE NABY solidarity group was created on December 30, 2009. It consists of 34 married women. On average, they are 40 years old and have at least two children. They live in nuclear families with their spouses and children. They were brought together by affinity and proximity, and they are all from the same village.

In an attempt to increase their purchasing power, they decided to join the CAURE MICRO FINANCE organization. This is their second experience with this institution and their previous loans were repaid without incident.

Mrs. Aya F., standing at the far right of the photo and dressed in black, is the head of the group. She is 38 years old. She has a small business selling fabrics, kitchenware, mobile phones, etc. She gets her stocks in Nouakchott, the capital of Mauritania. Her clientele consists mostly of women.

She plans to use her loan to boost her stocks of merchandise, which she will sell in her village. She expects to make a profit that will allow her to provide for the various needs of the family.

In this group: Aya, Fatimatou, Ouminata, Yacine, Thiecka, Fatou, Soda*, Nayedia, Yacine, Sef, Diouma, Khady, Maïmouna, Kadidiatou, Maguette, Thiane, Marieme, Khoudia Mbaye, Fatou, Bambi, Nogaye, Penda, Penda, Coura*, Mariama, Khady, Faty, Aminata, Salma, Assane, Maty, Paya, Saye, Mbengue
*not pictured

Translated from French

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