A loan of $3,375 helped a member to buy farm input.

Agblegno-Ekpui-Kpolozimé-Vogan Group's story

Mr. Kodjovi, age51, is a farmer. He's married and has ten children to support, half of whom go to school. He already obtained a loan from Kiva's partner, WAGES. He runs a six-employee company. Thanks to this loan, he hopes to diversify his business.

Indeed, he intends to acquire new land. Furthermore, he intends to buy a large quantity of palm trees, in order to increase his "sodabi" production (sodabi is an alcoholic beverage made out of palm tree sap). His project's goal is then to improve the daily life of his family, and ensure his children receive and education.

Mr. Kodjovi is responsible for Agblegno – Ekpui –Kpolozimé – Vogan Group. The elven other members are just like their leader. They share the same goals and each will receive an almost equal share of the loan.

These farmers hope to get the most of the opportunity provided by WAGES.

In this group: Kodzovi, Kodzovi, Amélé, Kaiza, Apétogbo, Adjakossi, Komlan, Méssélinawo, Amélégnasso, Akayi, Séssimé, Amévi

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Patrick Stadelmann

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