A loan of $5,000 helped a member to buy ingredients for the preparation of fruit juice.

Bokk Ndeye Group's story

This solidarity group was created on 31st May 2007. It is made up of 15 women who all come from the same neighborhood and have the same interest: the development of their land. Their main activity is running small trading businesses.

Dioncounda, who is in charge of the group, is divorced and mother to five children; she also takes care of her step-daughter.

She makes and sells natural fruit juices and has been carrying out this business since the year 2000 when she divorced.

Her loan will allow her to buy ingredients for making her juices.

Her aim is to take care of her offspring, pay for the schooling of three of her children and increase her savings in the Banc Villageois.

In this group: Kourovo, Mame Fatime, Dieba, Dioncounda, Ndeye Arame, Lamarana, Awa, Tacky, Awa, Awa, Boly, Awa Racine, Binta, Habsa, Sottourou

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Alison Le Bras

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