A loan of $5,150 helped a member to pay for cookies, candy, and soap to sell in his shop.

La Fraternite 3 (3) Group's story

Clyde, age 37, is engaged to be married and has two children, 2 and 10 years old. His 10-year-old is in school. Clyde is representing the La Fraternité 3 (3) group. He owns and operates a small grocery stand in Brazzaville. He has had this business for five years and has gained the loyalty of his customers. He will use the loan to buy cookies, candy, and soap for his shop. His business strategy is to offer snack food, such as bread with cheese or chocolate. Most customers will buy a small snack while they are shopping.
Clyde has received one previous loan from HOPE Congo, Kiva's partner. He has a good repayment record. He wants to build his own boutique in the future. He hopes his children will study and do well in school.

In this group: Clyde Guichard, Ange Florent, Prisca Edwige, Elisabeth Arlette, Magalie Natacha, Jean Marie, Aminata Ladji, Fortunee Cheraline, Kadidia

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