A loan of $3,750 helped a member to buy 2 large containers of yogurt and other dairy products.


Anonymous Group's story

The client is the leader of the Atuwezeshe group. She is a 50-year-old entrepreneur, married, and the mother of 7 young children who all attend school. Other children have their own families. Her husband is a civil servant. She is the member of a cafeteria. She has been involved in this type of income-generating activity for over 10 years. She has just obtained a fourth loan from Hekima. She is currently experiencing a drop in her level of activity after having moved her sale outlet from a strategic location to another remote site in the center of town. With this new loan, she will purchase 2 jars of yoghurt milk and 4 dozen shoes for resale. She wants to see her children grow in comfortable conditions, she also wants to expand her business and diversify her activities. She thanks Hakima for its action in favor of poor women excluded from the traditional banking system. It is worth noting that in the photo, some mothers are carrying their babies.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Sophie Narayan



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