A loan of $5,325 helped a member to purchase grocery items, jewelry, and school supplies to sell.

Soli-Ero Group's story

A merchant by trade, Ms. Awah lives with her husband, who is a farmer, and their five children, who are in school, in SOKODE. She is 45 years old. Her first child is 25 years old, and the last is 15. She has been in this domain since 1983, and she sells groceries, jewelry, and school supplies in REGION CENTRALE, where she also gets her inventory.

She wants to increase her sales and sustain her business, so she is requesting a fourth loan from WAGES to reach her goals. She would like to ensure her children's health care and education.

Ms. Awah is the official of the group made up of businesswomen who sell clothing, charcoal, beauty products, grains, and more. They hope to use this loan to make profits and to see their families thrive.

In this group: Awah, Roukeya, Awawaou, Safiatou, Adizétou, Mariyama, Toubiyana, Akim, Talahatou, Amida, Abiba, Samiyatou

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey

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