A loan of $3,875 helped a member 15 pairs of pants, t-shirts, etc.

La Rose Group's story

The client, Zuzu, is a courageous entrepreneur. A member of the group, La rose, she's 25 years old, married, and the mother of two young children. Both of her children are in school. Her husband is unemployed.

She has been selling clothing (pants, children's dresses, etc.) for about 4 years. She started her company with money received from her husband.

Later on, she received a loan from IMF Hekima. She sells her goods on the side of the road, and sometimes she brings her goods around town to entice her clients.

This new loan will help her buy 15 pairs of pants, t-shirts, etc. In addition, she would like to open a boutique.

The client thanks Hekima for their actions to help disadvantaged people excluded from traditional banking.

In this group: Chibalonza, Nabuke, Salama, Shashiri, Zuzu, Rwahama, Vunabandi, Mukandore, Machozi, Nabakazi, Niyibizi, Nyandwi, Nyirabahanzi, Furaha, Nyiramatama, Bisimwa, Mwavita, Baraka, Bushsshiri, Elizabethi, Sifa, Mangowabagabo, Kabala, Tumaini, Ndabugi, Lwakilongo, Kahindo, Pulcherie, Nikuze

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Alexandra Kenin

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