A loan of $2,575 helped a member to buy 20 containers of palm oil and 10 cases of beverages (Primus, Fanta, etc.).

Rhugendekere Group's story

The client, Bitulo, is the president of the business group Rhugendekere, an energetic entrepreneur, 41 years old, a widow, and mother to 16 children. Her spouse passed away after a short illness. The client sells palm oil. She also sells beverages. She sells these products from home. She started this business with the funds she got from her husband, when the deceased (her husband) was working in the research center in Lwiro. This new loan will help her buy 20 containers of palm oil and ten cases of beverages (Primus, Fanta, etc.). She hopes to send her children to school and grow her business. In the end, she greatly thanks Hekima for its support for little citizens through microloans.

In this group: Bitulo, Bitulo, Mushingi, Linjanja, Rugangu, Ngwasi, Mulimbanya, Zirirane, M'marhandanya, Cuma, Mirindi, Mbiribindi, Shmamba, Mwaka, Mayayi, Balekage, Lubamba, Kayumbu, Shamanvu, M'bavurhe, Balekage, M'ngaboyeka, Bashonga, Yalumire, Kalimbire, Mudekuza, Muchecha, Mwabitula, Barunzi, Mudumbi, Mwendapeke
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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Sherry W.

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