A loan of $5,525 helped a member to buy millet and groundnuts.

Ngekhokh Coin Sidy Group's story

This banc villageois was created on the 1st of September, 2008. The women all live in the same district. They are united by social bonds and are all retailers.

Ndeye Ndombour is 54 years old and married. She is the mother of 9 children, 3 boys and 6 girls. Her eldest child is 37 years old. She sells millet and groundnuts that she buys in the Groundnut Basin and resells at the market. Her new loan of 500 000 francs will allow her to buy a ton of millet and a ton of groundnuts. She uses her profits to help her 84-year-old husband who is no longer able to do anything. She also manages to pay for the education of 3 of her daughters, the eldest of whom is at university.

In this group: Beity, Aby, Ndeye Ndombour, Astou, Astou, Marietou, Sokhna Amar, Sophi

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