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Total loan: $3,800
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Giramahoro Group


A loan of $3,800 helped a member increase capital by purchasing large quantities of retail items.


Giramahoro Group's story

Emmanuel N. is a 28-year-old shopkeeper who lives in the Kamenge district of Bujumbura. He used to be farmer, but has sold grocery items for the last 5 years. He completed the 6th year of primary school. He is married to Rukundo Marie, who is also in the business. They have two children aged 3 and 2. Emmanuel is on his 3rd group loan cycle with Turame. He is requesting a Kiva loan to increase his capital buy purchasing large quantities of goods to sell to his customers, and thereby increase his savings. The capital he had before was insufficient for this business. He hopes to overcome poverty and to guarantee his children’s education with this loan through Turame. Emmanuel is a member of the Giramahoro I Community Group.

In this group: Chantal, M Goreth, Julienne, Noella, Azza, Mwajuma, Lydia, Jacqueline*, Scholastique, Marie, Venantie, Emmanuel, Amina, Caritas, Scholastique*, Jeanine*, Justine, Adja, Leonie, Gloriose, Innocent, Celestin, Mariam, Sylvie, Ancile, Balese
*not pictured

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Loan details

Loan length:

7 months
Disbursed date: October 14, 2010
Facilitated by Field Partner: Turame Community Finance, a partner of World Relief and HOPE International

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Loan details

Loan length:

7 months
Disbursed date: October 14, 2010
Facilitated by Field Partner: Turame Community Finance, a partner of World Relief and HOPE International