A loan of $1,975 helped a member to buy peanut paste and chicks for poultry farming.

Ndiougou's Group's story

This group was created on 28 Mary 2009 and comprises two women who live in the same area and are united by good social and professional relations.
The group leader, Ms. Ndeye Coumba, is a 57-year-old married mother of four children, all of whom are girls. She is standing on the left in the photo, wearing a multicoloured scarf. She has run a business selling peanut paste and has also farmed poultry for a long time.
Her new loan of 445,000 FCFA will allow her to buy buckets of peanut paste and young chicks that she will raise and resell later.
The profits from her business allow her to take care of her daughters' nutritional, educational, and health needs, and to increase her savings at the local village loan fund.

In this group: Ndiougou, Ndeye Coumba

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