A loan of $1,425 helped a member to buy fertilizers and pay labor expenses for his rice-growing business.

Twitezimbere Kzh/ Mrndo Group's story

Jean Bosco is part of the Twitezimbere Kzh/Mrndo group, the name of which means “supporting each other”. He is 45 years of age, married, and has six children aged between 5 and 20, four of whom are at school. He himself studied six years of elementary school education.

Jean Bosco works as a rice grower, and this is his first loan cycle with ACB. He is going to use his loan to buy fertilizers and pay labor expenses for his business. To increase his rice-growing activities, he plans to request other loans to expand his rice business. Over the coming years, Jean Bosco would like to become the best rice grower in the valley. He plans to use his profits to educate and care for his children.

In this group: Jean Bosco, Augustin, Eugene, Azarias, Ildephonse, Fabien, Frederic, Longin, Calioppe, Eugène

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Paul Lambert

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