A loan of $1,775 helped a member to buy manioc flour and palm oil.

Ayidote Minavo Group's story

AYIDOTE MINAVO is a group of twenty two people who live in the same village. The representative of the group, Christine (who has her hand raised in the photo) is 40 years old and is married to a farmer called Clement. They have six children, all of whom go to school and are dependent on them. Christine did not go to school. She lives with her children and her husband. The couple shares the various expenses of the household. In order to contribute to the household expenses, for the last five years Christine has been selling different products (manioc flour, soap, palm oil) in a region in Benin. Christine buys her products in her district. This is the first time that Christine and the other members of the AYIDOTE MINAVO group request financial support from ALIDé with a view to strengthening their working capital and their business and improving the satisfaction of their customers.

In this group: Christine, Mèwètou Laurince, Madeleine, Pauline, Madeleine, Albertine, Bernadette, Colette, Justine, Alice, Léa, Julienne, Joséphine, Sèdomi, Agbalè, Yvonne, Pélagie, Anastasie, Justine, Béatrice, Richesse, Euphrasie

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