A loan helped to buy broiler chicks and provisions to fatten them up.


Malala's story

Malala is separated. She is age 32 and she is raising her two children alone. She owns a concrete home on the edge of the town. She is an active, strong woman. She worries a lot about the well-being and needs of her household.

To earn her living, she has invested in raising broiler chickens for several years. She is a borrower with Vahatra. Taking out a loan is necessary in order to grow her business. She wants to increase her revenue in order to improve her quality of life. She is therefore seeking the support of lenders to multiply her flock. With this loan, she will be able to buy chicks and provisions to fatten them up. She will resell her broiler chickens to the town butcher. She will buy more later on. She will save up her profits in order to ensure her two children's schooling and future.

Translated from French.


This loan is special because:

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



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