A loan of $3,250 helped a member to buy 5 sacs of corn, 50 kg of millet, 50kg of flour, 50kg of sorghum, firewood, etc.


Anonymous Group's story

The client is a dynamic entrepreneur and the leader of the business group Ufalme. She is 43 years old, married and the mother of 9 children, 2 of whom have their own households and 7 of whom go to school. Her spouse is a civil servant employed by the public administration.

She sells local juice commonly known as "Madrakwa". She has been in this line of work for many years. She has completed 11 loan cycles, regularly reinforcing her capital with credit from the IMF Hekima. Her family lives on the earnings generated by her business, especially as the State's civil servants are not paid on a regular basis, and when they are paid, they receive a very small salary which does not enable them to cover the month's expenditures, let alone build savings. This new loan will be used to buy new ingredients (raw materials) used to make Madrakwa juice (5 sacs of corn, 50 kg of millet, 50kg of flour, 50kg of sorghum, firewood, etc.). She also aims to sustain her business and to ensure her children get a proper education.

The customer would like to thank Hekima for its actions in aid of impoverished women excluded from regular bank lending channels.

Note: one of the customers is carrying a baby on her back.

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer



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