A loan of $4,650 helped a member to buy two drums of palm oil.


Bon Berger Group's story

Nyawana is a member of the Bon Berger (“Good Shepherd”) business group. A young, experienced entrepreneur, she is 39 years old, married, and has eight children, all of whom attend school. Her husband is a general trader. Nyawana sells palm oil. She sells her products at the public market and sometimes from home. She started her business around six years ago, using her own money received from her husband. Nyawana will use this new loan to buy two drums of palm oil. In this way, she would like to increase her capital and feed her children. Finally, she would like to thank Hekima for providing support to small-scale entrepreneurs through microcredit.

In this group: Bernard, Jeanine, Kahindo, Justine, Angel, Muderwa, Nyawana, M'bashangwa, Julienne, Honorine, Daniel, Alphonsine, Godelive, Karuvanti, Mwenge, Gakuba, Songoro, Safari, Musafiri, Sindani, Safari, Mianitse, Mirindi, Bulere, Yvone, Mirindi, Ruzuba, Bazungu, Muliha, Makasi
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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Lucy Knight



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