A loan of $2,325 helped a member to buy shoes and fruit destined for sale.

Sop Serigne Fallou Group's story

This solidarity group was created on 10 December 2010. It comprises eight women who live in the same area. Their main activities are running small businesses and raising sheep.

Ndieya, the woman responsible for the group, is 49 years old, married, and has three children. Her main activity is selling fruit and shoes. She has gained lots of experience. In the photo, she is on the right, dressed in yellow with her left hand raised.

She buys shoes, mangoes, and peanuts at the central market and in the large cities and re-sells them in town.

Her loan will allow her to strengthen her capital and diversify her merchandise in order to substantially increase her earnings.

Her profits will allow her to support her husband in providing for the family, save, and manage her personal needs.

In this group: Ndieya, Mamy Diok, Soda Soubou, Ndeye Khady, Anta, Ndioba, Anta, Ndeye Maty, Safietou, Bousso, Arame, Ndeye Khady, Ndeye Maguette, Isseu, Soda Anta, Yacine, Magou*, Sokhna*
*not pictured

Translated from French

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