- BurundiFoodFunding via Turame Community Finance, a partner of World Relief and HOPE International
- BurundiClothingFunding via Turame Community Finance, a partner of World Relief and HOPE International
- BurundiRetailFunding via Turame Community Finance, a partner of World Relief and HOPE International
Cyriaque has been in business selling store goods (beans, rice, sugar…) and banana drinks for five years.
He is on his fourth loan at Turame. The KIVA loan he is obtaining, in addition to the money he will derive from selling rice, is going to enable him to purchase a plot of land. He will keep some capital to continue his business.
In the coming years, he would like to purchase a plot of land and build a house made of fired bricks.
Il fait le commerce de boutique (haricot, riz, sucre, …) et de boisson de banane depuis 5 ans.
Il est à son quatrième crédit à Turame. Le crédit KIVA qu’il obtient, en plus de l’argent qu’il va tirer de la vente du riz, va lui permettre d’acheter une parcelle. Il gardera un capital pour continuer son commerce.
Dans les prochaines années, il voudrait acheter une parcelle et construire une maison en briques cuites.
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