A loan of $3,300 helped a member to buy more foodstuffs to sell.

Amahoro Group's story

Josiane owns a foodstuffs business. She is married to a farmer and they have two children who are between two and five years old. None of her children attend school yet because they are still young. Josiane is the leader of a borrowing group called Amahoro in Kinyarwanda, which means “The Peace” in English. Josiane sells foodstuffs such as beans and sorghum. She has had this business for two years. She will use the loan to add more foodstuffs to sell. With the profits, she will build a house as well as buy cattle to raise. She would like to have 500,000 RWF as a loan amount in the future.

In this group: Generose, Aloysi*, Alphonsine, Josianne, Christine, Donatile, Augustin, Annonciathe, Geneste, Rachel, Drocella, Gaudence, Donathilla, M.jeanne, Florence, Claudine, Odette, M Jeanne, Annonciatha, Judith, Selaphine, Dinah
*not pictured

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