A loan of $625 helped a member to buy clothes and shoes.


Egadou Fioh Group's story

The Egadou Fioh group is made up of three people who live in the same district. It is the fourth time that this group has requested financial aid from Alidé, with a view to increasing their business volume. The representative of this group, whose name is Abla Mawussé, is the one with her hand raised in the photo. Abla Mawussé is 26 years old and married to a painter called Richard. The couple has three children, two of whom are dependents. All the children are educated. Abla Mawussé lives with her children. The couple cover the various household expenses between them. In order to manage this, Abla Mawussé sells clothes and shoes in a shop in Benin. She gets her supplies in a Benin market and sometimes in Lomé. With a view to satisfying customer demand and increasing her turnover and income, Abla Mawussé is, together with the other members of the Egadou Fioh group, requesting a fourth loan from Alidé. The previous loans were all repaid in full.

In this group: Abla Mawussé, Clémentine Victoire Abla, Akoua Mathilde

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Alison Le Bras



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