A loan of $3,350 helped a member buying crates of soft drinks and women’s clothing in large quantities.

Bokoli Plus Group's story

Mado T., is the President of the Community Bank named “Bokoli Plus” which is composed of 17 micro-entrepreneurs. These members are united for the same goal: to grow their businesses with loans received from Kiva through IMF HOPE RDC.

Mado is 43 years old; her activity is to sell soft drinks. She buys crates of soft drinks and resells them by the piece at a profit. She sells her products daily in her area.

Mado started her business in 2000. She is a trustworthy client of the MFI HOPE RDC, having ten times obtained and correctly repaid loans. Her next loan will allow her to buy crates of soft drinks and women’s clothing in larger quantities to increase her sales in order to make a better profit.

Mado makes a profit of about US$13 per day. The aims of this loan are mainly to generate income for food and school fees for her children. She is married and the mother of four children. She also is responsible for nine others (children and grandchildren).

In this group: Mado, Marc, Gracia, Nono, Nzuzi, Kinga, Phélie, Pascal, Joséphine, Emilie, Vicky*, Nenette, Ruth, Joséphine, Nanou, Théthé, Vangu
*not pictured

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