A loan of $2,500 helped a member to pay for chicken feed.


Le Tresor 1 Group's story

Blaise is 45 years old and divorced. He has two children, ages 7 and 28, and his youngest child is currently attending school. For the past seven years, Blaise has operated a small chicken farm, raising chickens and selling eggs to vendors around Brazzaville. His business strategy is to deliver the eggs to his vendors, instead of having them come to him. Blaise also delivers eggs directly to the houses of certain clients. He has successfully repaid a previous loan from the Kiva partner HOPE Congo.

Blaise is requesting a loan as a representative of the Le Tresor 1 group. He will use his portion of the loan to buy chicken feed. Currently, he keeps his chickens near his house on a piece of land in the city. In the future, Blaise wants to move his farm to a new location a little outside of Brazzaville and be able to buy the land, build a house for his family, and have a larger chicken farm.

In this group: Blaise, Josephine, Christie Egide, Gardelain, Cornelie Nadege
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