A loan of $2,825 helped a member buying millet, groundnuts, oil and sugar.

Darou Salam Tacku Liguey Group's story

The Darou Salam Tacku Liguey Solidarity Group was created on 27 June 2007 on the inaugural day of the Sinou Khaly Village Bank, to which it belongs. It is made up of 23 women from the same village. Their main business is petty trading.

Mrs. Ndeye G., who stands at the far right of the photo in the pink top with the black scarf, is responsible for the group. She is 33 years old. She is a single mother of three children. She is a small-businesswoman. She sells various products such as millet, oil, groundnuts and sugar.

Her new loan will allow her to strengthen her business in order to increase profits. Her goal is to secure the food, health, and education of her offspring.

In this group: Seynabou, Aida, Ndeye, Fatou, Amy, Ndeye Binta, Ngone, Fatou, Ndeye, Tacko, Ndeye Binta, Dieck, Bineta, Penda, Anta, Faka, Colle, Seynabou*, Rama, Ndeye, Ndiaya, Mareme, Fatim
*not pictured

Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Carolyn McMahon

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