A loan of $9,425 helped a member to buy spices.


Fidélité Group's story

The borrower, Muteba, is the leader of the business group "Fidélité". She is 42 years old and an experienced entrepreneur. She is also the mother of eight children who all attend school. Her husband is a military officer in the DRC army. Muteba herself sells spices, displaying her goods at home. She started in this business about six years ago, using her own funds received from her husband. This new loan will help Muteba to buy some spices. The decay of her merchandise is one of the challenges that she faces in the development of her business. Muteba would like to expand her business, feed and educate her children and build a house for them. In the end, she would like to thank Hekima for the support it provides to small-scale entrepreneurs, through micro-credit.

In this group: Mubolwa, Eugenie, Mugugu, Maregane, Kongolo, Mongani, Muteba, Mpiana, Victorine, Jeanne, Kabaganda, Kavira, Mamy, Nahomie, Batumike, Namegabe, Baseme, Atuna, Luvuga, Kubuya, Bishweka, Feza, Anna, Mwalituna, Kapunga, Scolastic, Cirimwami, Matina, Emairance, Jeanne, Yvette, Immaculee, Irene, Espe, Marie Jeanne, Germaine, Euphrasie, Claudine, Mabwire, Kashire, Chabu, Balangaliza, Buholo, Katumbi, Mwangilwa, Namwezi, Shalukoma, Bushu, Brenda, Nyakahama
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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Sophie Narayan



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