A loan of $4,400 helped a member to buy drinks (4 crates of Primus, 3 crates of orange soda, etc.).

Mungu Iko Group's story

Kyakimwa, who is the counsellor of the Mungu iko credit association, is a dynamic businesswoman. She is 36 years old and mother of five children all of whom are students. Her husband is a small commission agent, who is without fixed employment. She sells drinks (Primus, Orange soda). She sets up her merchandise in her little kiosk. She started her business with her own money given to her by her husband. Later, she was the beneficiary of an additional sum from the IMF Hekima credit fund. She has been running these small businesses to assure her family's survival for over five years. However, she has now accomplished 18 loan cycles taking advantage of the IMF Hekima micro credit programme. Insecurity due to incivilities in town constitutes a threat to the development of her business. Thus, for this reason this loan has been diminished. This new loan will enable her to stock up with drinks (4 crates of Primus, 3 crates of orange soda, etc.). In addition, she hopes to see her children grow up and to create a bistro. This client pays tribute to Hekima's initiative for their actions devoted to helping non bankable women to be autonomous.

In this group: Kyakimwa, Kahambu, Kahindo, Kahindo, Uwimana, Nziavake, Kahambu, Kavuo, Masika, Kahambu, Masika, Kahambu, Kahambu, Barayavuga, Kyakimwa, Masika, Kavira, Masika, Kavira, Kahindo, Kanyere, Nzigire, Kavira, Kavira, Nirere, Kahambu, Mawazo, Kavira, Tumaini, Rwamakuba, Djamba, Shingashiga, Kavuo, Katungu, Katembo, Kibangula, Kavira, Habineza, Kahindo, Kahindo

Translated from French by Kiva volunteer

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