A loan of $4,900 helped a member to buy 2 sacks of beans.


Anonymous Group's story

This client is the vice-president of the loan group Dunda mu Yesu. An energetic women and an entrepreneur, she is 30 years old and a seller of beans. She also makes clothing. Her husband is a teacher in a primary school.

She has had a small business for two years. Later, she was informed about microloans granted by the microfinance institution Hekima. She then benefited from her first loan of $50 to bolster her work. The profits from her business go toward savings, food, and support for her children's schooling. However, she just received her seventh loan. During the time period, this client saw that her business clearly prospered. So she decided to increase the loan amount for this new cycle. This new loan must serve to buy 2 sacks of beans for her.

In addition, she wishes to see her children grow up and buy a plot of land in the future.

This client thanks Hekima for its actions helping poor women with low incomes to become autonomous.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey



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