A loan of $1,300 helped a member to rent a field, pay for labor, and buy seeds.


Jyambere Munyarwandakazi/rgrr Group's story

Jacqueline is a member of the solidarity group JYAMBERE MUNYARWANDAKAZI/RGRR who farms corn. She's 39 years old, married, and has seven children. The eldest is 22, and the youngest is ten. Four of her children attend school, and she doesn't have any additional person in her care.

Jacqueline was born in Rwanda, and never attended school. She started her collaboration with Kiva's partner, ACB Ltd, in 2011 and she's seeking her first loan, which she will use to rent a field, pay for labor, and buy seeds.

Mrs. Jacqueline only anticipates one difficulty that could impact the reimbursement of her loan : a poor harvest. Her strategy to grow her business is to use chemical fertilizers. Her ambition for her farming business is to own her own field.

Concerning her family, she ambitions to educate her children and ensure the well-being of her family. In addition to farming, she also retails various items.

In this group: Rachel, Liberathe, Marie Chantal, Germain, Marie Louise, Josée, Jacqueline, Vestine
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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Patrick Stadelmann



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