A loan of $525 helped a member to buy bales of used clothing.


Mahudjro- Kadjacome Group's story

The MAHUDJRO-KADJACOME group consists of four people who all live in the same district in Lokokoukoumè (in the town of Sèmè-Podji). The group’s representative is Sènoumè Antoinette, seen in the photo with her hand raised. The group is seeking financial support from ALIDé for the sixth time to bolster their activities.

Sènoumè Antoinette is married to a door-to-door salesman named Hubert. The couple have three dependent children who all attend school. Sènoumè Antoinette has been living in Lokokoukoumè for seven years with her husband and children. The couple handle together the various family expenses.
Sènoumè Antoinette has been selling used clothing door to door for nearly five years. She also sells beignets as a secondary activity.

In order to strengthen her business and better meet customer demand, Sènoumè Antoinette is seeking a new loan along with the other group members.

In this group: Sènoumè Antoinette, Cécile, Christine, Anasthasie

Translated from French by Kiva volunteer



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