A loan of $3,575 helped a member to buy two baskets of fish, etc.


Anonymous Group's story

The leader of the loan group "La Fraternité," is a 35-year-old entrepreneur. She is divorced and has seven young children, who all go to school. She sells fish, having started the business at the time of her divorce. She has been involved in these small, income-producing activities for four years. However, she has just received her fifth loan from Hekima. This new loan will allow her to buy two baskets of fish, etc. In addition, she would like to see her children grow up, and build a house for her children. She s grateful to Hekima for helping poor women excluded from traditional banks to become independent. It is worth pointing out that some clients are carrying their babies.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Sarah Puchner



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