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A loan of $4,200 helped a member 1 ball of tarpaulin, 1 carton of vegetable oil, Masoso flour, 1 ball of blankets, etc.

Dynamique Group's story

M’Lwamira P. is an entrepreneur and president of the Dynamique business group. She is 50 years old, married, and mother of 3 children who attend university. Her husband is a teacher. M’Lwamira P. is a seller of various items (tarpaulins, blankets, etc.) She sets up along the Road, at the retail area at the entrance of the Katindo Il-Katoyi neighborhood. She started her business with funds received from her eldest daughter. She has been in business for 3 years. This new loan will help her stock up on new merchandise (1 ball of tarpaulin, 1 carton of vegetable oil, Masoso flour, 1 ball of blankets, etc.) In addition, she aspires to grow her business, and spend the rest of her life in peace. M’Lwamira P. thanks Hakima for their work dedicated to poor women excluded by traditional banks. The Bora group consists of 29 members.

In this group: M’Lwamira , Selemani, Chibango, Francine , Sifa, Nyandwi, Kabuo, Kavira, Sikujuwa, Nyabuhoro, Kahindo, Kahindo, Kabuo, Sibazuri, Perusi, Bora, Habamungu, Tina, Kabedi, Baliamwabo, Lwanda, Vumilia, Kalinde, Nabugeni, Nabalamire, Amani, Baliamwabo, Bibi, Bazilerhe

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Frances Hsieh

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