A loan of $2,950 helped a member to buy 2 baskets of tomatoes, fish,15 kgs of groundnuts.


Anonymous Group's story

The client, who is leader of the credit group Pendeza, is a bravely ambitious businesswoman. She is 46 years old and mother of eight young children who are studying and of others who already have their own homes. She sells tomatoes, groundnuts, spices, etc. Her husband is unemployed. She installs her merchandise in the small sectorial market in Ndosho. She started her business with the equivalent of about 30$ of her own money that her husband gave her, then later on received a further sum of 50$ from IMF Hekima. She has been doing these small money making activities for over three years. However, she has just benefited from a seventh loan from the IMF Hekima micro-credit program. This new credit will enable her to stock up with 2 baskets of tomatoes, fish, and 15 kilograms of groundnuts. In addition, she wishes to build her home decently and see her children grow up. The client thanks IMF Hekima for their action dedicated to poor women to help them towards economic and financial emancipation.

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