A loan of $6,000 helped a member to purchase ten crates of drinks in order to reinforce her working capital.

Bible Plus Group's story

Dorothée is the chairwoman of the group “Bible Plus”, which is made up of 32 members firmly united to receive loans from the MFI (micro-finance institution) HOPE RDC in order to develop their businesses.

Dorothée sells beverages to the east of Kinshasa. She has been in business since 1998. She has worked hard to develop her business. With the high demand of the clients, Dorothée intends with the next loan to buy ten crates of drinks for resale at a profit in order to increase her income. She hopes to generate more profit to support her family. Currently, her business generates US$180 of profit per week.

Dorothée’s ambition is to open a beverage facility and deliver beverages in her environment. She is 45 years old, married, and the mother of eight children whose ages range between 12 and 26 years.

In this group: Dorothée, Véro, Angèle, Bakatumba, Christine, M-Josée, Gode, Dinganga, Hélène, Kamenga, Yvonne, Katayi, Ange, Bénie, Vanessa, Georgine, Maty*, Mimi, Carine, Mamo, Brigitte, Gertride*, Anto, Symphorose, Véro*, Espérance, Véro, Fifi, Sangaimene, Bernadette, Thérèse, Anne
*not pictured

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