A loan of $4,025 helped a member to purchase items to sell at her drugstore and some crates of soft drinks for resale.

Abraham Plus Group's story

Abraham Plus is a group of 15 owners of small businesses chaired by Delly. Its members are jointly liable for loans granted by Kiva through the MFI (Micro-Finance Institution) HOPE DRC to grow their businesses.

Delly is 44 years old. She operates a drugstore and sells soft drinks. She buys crates of soft drinks and resells them at a profit. She sells her products daily and nightly in her area.

Delly started her business in 2003. She is a trustworthy client of HOPE RDC, having five times obtained and correctly repaid loans. Her next loan will allow her to increase the inventory of her business by buying more antibiotics and crates of soft drinks to increase her sales in order to make a better profit. Delly makes a profit of about US$25 per day. She is married and the mother of six children, aged six months to 17 years. Four of them attend school. She is also taking care of her cousin and niece. Her ambition is to become a medicine wholesaler.

In this group: Delly, Paola, Anastasie, Wemba, Anne, Clautilde, Bola, Béatrice, Carine, Christine, Didier, Cécile, Solange, Ikembi, Tshinguta

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