A loan helped a member to buy baobab fruit, hibiscus and sugar to make a juice that she sells.


08-Diamoral Group's story

These 16 women are part of a banc villageois that was created in May 2008. They live in the same neighborhood and share a bond of solidarity and mutual aid. They work in retail activities to improve their living conditions.

Mrs. Fatou is shown alone as the group's representative because of the Covid-19 pandemic. She is a 45-year-old widowed mother to five children, with three more people in her care.

She will use her new loan to buy bags of baobab fruit, hibiscus and sugar to make a juice that she sells.

Her profits will help her to support herself, to pay for her children's education and to finish work on her house.

In this group: Astou, Khadidiatou, Regine, Seynabou, Dieneba, Fanta, Fatou, Dieneba Badiandin, Manifa, Meta , Mariama, Marietou, Hymelda, Fatou, Aissatou, Magnima

Translated from French.


This loan is special because:

It empowers women in rural Senegal.



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