A loan of $4,550 helped a member to buy outfits to resell (10 leotards, 10 skirts, 10 scarves, 6 'boubous').


Baraka Alanine Group's story

The client Nkubonage is an entrepreneur, adviser to the group "Baraka Alanine", about 40 years old, married and mother to 8 children. Her husband is an independent driver mechanic. The client sells diverse items at the Katindo market. She has been practicing this business for 4 years. She started her business with her own money received from her husband. This new loan will serve to stock up in outfits to resell (10 leotards, 10 skirts, 10 scarves, 6 'boubous'). In addition, she aims to expand her business, and school her children up to the level of BAC +5. The client thanks Hekima for its actions to help poor women excluded from traditional banking.

In this group: Kajuru, Babunga, Manzirirane, Faida, Wakusomba, Mariamu, Chibalonza, Riziki, Nkubfonage, Mene, Nsimire, Fitina, Kanyere, Maombi, Furaha, Sifa, Bahati, Francine, Bahati, Kavira, Sadiki, Mapendo

Translated from French by Kiva volunteer S Mason



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