A loan of $1,000 helped to buy and sell the hardware.


Ayaba Victoire's story

Ayaba Victoire K. is married and the mother of a child. Since the start of her marriage, she helped her husband in his hardware business. Very dynamic and intelligent, she discovered how to identify what things are in demand in the village of her birth. So, using an initial loan of $550, which she has since repaid without difficulty, she opened a little hardware supplies store she calls My Victory, a name inspired by her given name. With the experience derived from her husband and his business, she manages her enterprise pretty well demonstrating a complete mastery of it.

To grow the business and bring in more income, Mrs. K. is requesting a loan of $1,000 which will serve to acquire hardware supplies for resale. The success of her plans will strengthen the welfare of these two parents, who also have five other dependents from their respective families to care for.

Translated from French by Daniel Kuey, Kiva Volunteer.

Madame K. Victoire Ayaba est mariée et mère d’un enfant. Depuis son mariage, elle aide son époux dans son commerce de quincaillerie. Très dynamique et intelligente, elle a su identifier et déceler le manque de ces articles dans son village natal. Elle a alors ouvert un petit magasin de quincaillerie avec son premier crédit de $550 qu’elle a bien remboursé et sans incident. Avec cette expérience acquise auprès de son mari, elle fait preuve d’une maîtrise totale cette activité qu’elle gère assez bien.

Pour accroître ses activités et augmenter ses revenus, Madame K. Victoire Ayaba sollicite aujourd’hui un crédit de $1000 qui servira à acheter et vendre de la quincaillerie. La réalisation de projet renforcera le bien-être de couple qui a à sa charge cinq (05) autres personnes issues de leurs familles respective.


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