A loan of $600 helped a member to buy half a dozen buckets, two dozen dishes, etc.


Nahouri Group's story

Wouwolo is the leader of the NAHOURI group. She is married and mother of six children. She is doing well. Wouwolo was able to buy her items as planned. Her eldest child is 37 years old, and her youngest child is 17 years old. One of her children goes to school, and she has three other children living in her care.

Wouwolo has been selling plastic items for five years now. She stocks up at the large market and at the market in Gounghin. Thanks to her loan, she was able to increase the quantity of her goods. Her customer base consists of both men and women (friends and neighbors).

She would like to buy half a dozen buckets, two dozen dishes, etc.

She wants to save the extra money that she earns and take care of her family. She plans to help her son in his studies (schooling).

In this group: Wouwolo, Djeneba
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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Holden Ferry



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