A loan of $700 helped a member to buy canned goods, soaps, and phone cards.

Alohagbe Group's story

The ALOHAGBE group consists of three members who all live in the same area. The representative of the group, named Mireille-Senami, is the one with the hand raised in the photo. Mireille-Senami was born in 1978 in a city of Benin. She is married to a plumber named Patrick. The couple have three children, all in school and under their care. Mireille-Senami dropped out of secondary school. To provide for her needs and those of her family, Mireille-Senami has been in business for five years selling canned goods, soap, and phone cards. Mireille-Senami stocks up at one of the markets in Benin. In the pursuit of customer satisfaction and to increase her revenues and her income, Mireille-Senami is asking for, with the other members of the ALOHAGBE group, a first loan.

In this group: Mireille Sènami, Louise, Françoise

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Frances Hsieh

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