A loan of $975 helped to purchase corn.

Akouvi's story

Akouvi is a married woman and the mother of one child. She lives with her family in the Bè Kpota district, one of the peripheral districts of the city of Lomé.

In 2002 she started selling cereals, precisely corn, which is widely used in Togolese cuisine. She is the only one in this business and her customer base is made up of all types of people.

She is experiencing a decline in her stock and is requesting a loan from WAGES to purchase 28 bags of charcoal.

Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Marie-Elodie Bazy

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