A loan helped to buy white rice, sugar, oil and cookies to resell in his grocery store.

Marie Hélène's story

Marie Hélène, 24, is married. She has a toddler. She is self-employed, she has been running a grocery store for two months. She wants to help improve the income and living conditions of her family. Her partner has a stable job. The family lives in a rural but accessible village. Marie Hélène recently joined Vahatra. She decided to take loans. She intends to gradually multiply and diversify the goods in her grocery store. Thus, she would earn more profits and could constitute savings. She plans to build a modern house. Marie Hélène therefore asks for the support of lenders to buy basic necessities to add to her sales shelves, such as rice, pasta, cooking oil and various cookies. She hopes to be able to restock regularly. She received management training from Vahatra. She hopes to have enough profit to add to her savings.

Translated from French.

This loan is special because:

It helps the poorest of the poor in Madagascar to improve their lives.

Loan details

Lenders and lending teams

Loan details