A loan of $1,425 helped a member to buy two bulls.


Groupe Jubo Ngodjleme's story

The Jubo Ngodjleme group is composed of five women. They all married, with children. They raise livestock, particularly cattle. They buy cattle to fatten and resell once the animals are ready for the market. The group’s leader (in the foreground on the photo, wearing white) is the mother of three. In addition to being in the same business as the rest of the group, she also raises sheep as a secondary activity. Raising livestock allows group members to provide for their families’ needs as well as their own. They are requesting a loan of 750,000 West African francs to buy two bulls.

In this group: Fatou , Thiape , Ndiaré, Guette , Aîssatou

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Katharina S



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