A loan of $1,500 helped a member to pay for labor, seeds, fertilizer, herbicide, hoeing, and small equipment.

Tiessiri I Group's story

The ten members of the TIESSIRI I group are married women, on average 40 years old and with four children. They mostly live in polygamous families in Kenikela, one of the villages of the Massigui commune in the Dioïla prefecture of the Koulikoro region, second administrative region of Mali. They collaborate with the micro-finance institution Soro Yiriwaso with the goal of better organizing their businesses at the beginning of the rainy season. The crops they grow are, among others, groundnuts, rice, and a little millet. They are on their seventh loan with the institution.

With this loan, SITAN BOUROULAYE, the second person on the right in the row standing up, plans to buy inputs and small equipment, and pay for labor costs needed to maintain around one hectare of rice and groundnuts. After the harvest, the produce is sold in the city of Massigui to men and women. She makes a profit of around 50,000XOF per year.

In this group: Sanata, Mah, Mamou Adama, Sanata Solo, Karia, Sitan, Sitan Bouroulaye, Adiarra, Ramatou, Karia Daouda

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