A loan helped a member to buy cereals to resell in order to support her family.

Siguidia Group's story

Awa is a red-blooded woman who has been selling condiments, rice, tea and other items for eighteen years. She is 41, married and has three children. She is illiterate and also helps her husband with his work in the fields. So as to respect the social distancing measures of Covid-19, she is the representative of the group and it is her in the photo.
She buys he condiments and other items in the local market and resells them in her village.
To expand her activity she is requesting a loan from RMCR which will enable her to increase her income so as to cover the needs of her children such as school costs, health and quality food.

In this group: Awa, Awa, Alima, Biba, Korotoumou, Filamousso, Shitan, Mariam, Sanata, Korotoumou, Awa

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Joanne Assheton.

This loan is special because:

It empowers farmers and entrepreneurs in underserved areas in Mali.

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