A loan helped a member to buy agricultural inputs to farm her cereal fields.


Katiene Group's story

Salimata is Malian and a mother of 2 children respectively aged 9 and 7 years old, one girl and one boy, who both go to school.

She has been growing hot peppers, peanuts, and rice for 5 years and having information on Kiva's program and its importance for the development of her business and her income, she requested a loan from the microfinance institution to stock up on agricultural inputs.

Salimata makes her purchases and sales in the local fairs, her profit between 20,000fCFA and 50,000fCFA, which allows her to provide her children with school supplies.

In this group: Matogoma, Salimata, Mariam, Dogoba, Chita, Dialia, Setou, Bintou, Oumou, Fatoumata, Sidi, Setou, Simba

Translated from French.


This loan is special because:

It empowers farmers and entrepreneurs in underserved areas in Mali.



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