A loan helped a member to buy cotton balls and sponges.

Oloroun Shoco Group's story

OLOROUN SHOCO is a group of four people who live in the same area in Benin. The group's representative, Raïmath (whose hand is raised in the photo) is 35 years old and married to a man named Ibrahim. The couple has three children, all in school and in their care. Raïmath and her husband live together with their children and together provide for the various needs of the household. Raïmath attended a little bit of school. For nearly four years, Raïmath has been selling cotton balls and sponges by distribution. Raïmath works passionately, which allows her to meet her needs and those of her children. Raïmath stocks up in a city in Benin. In seeking to satisfy the demands of her customers, Raïmath is asking for a first loan with the other members of the OLOROUN SHOCO group. This loan will let be used to better respond to their customers' needs and to make more profits.

In this group: Raïmath, Madinatou Achambi, Anirath, Awaou

Translated from French.

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