A loan of $1,250 helped a member to buy empty bottles.

Djromahuton Group's story

DJROMAHUTON is a group of four people whose members live in the same neighborhood in Benin and who are from the same family. The group representative, Yèyinou Jacqueline (whose hand is raised in the photo), is 48 years old. Yèyinou Jacqueline is married to a salesman named Emmanuel. The couple has two children, both of whom attend school and who are under their care. Yèyinou Jacqueline lives with her husband and children. The couple shares the household expenses. Yèyinou Jacqueline did not attend school. To meet her different responsibilities, Yèyinou Jacqueline has been selling empty bottles at a market in Benin for three years. Yèyinou Jacqueline stocks up in Benin. In the goals of satisfying her clientele and increase her business, Yèyinou Jacqueline is seeking a second loan with ALIDé with the other members of the DJROMAHUTON group. This loan will help them better meet the needs of their clientele and earn more money. The first loan was properly repaid.

In this group: Yèyinou Jacqueline, Monondé Martine, Déborah Yisségnon, Bérénice Gwladis
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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Sherry W.

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