A loan of $2,950 helped a member purchase 20 pairs of shoes and smaller precious objects (chains, rings, jewelry, etc.).

Plamedi Group's story

Kaboneza is the adviser of the business group Plamedi, a senior entrepreneur, experienced, and the mother of 5 children who all attend school. Her partner is an artisan carpenter.

Kaboneza is a shoe seller. Additionally, she also sells jewelry. She displays these articles at her stand along the street. She began her business with her own funds received from her family (specifically, her brother in law.) Later, she received a loan from the IMF Hekima.

Kaboneza has been in this business for about 3 years. This new loan will allow her to purchase 20 pairs of shoes and some smaller precious objects (chains, rings, jewelry, etc.). With this, she hopes to grow her business, and educate and feed her children. Finally, she sincerely thanks Hekima for their support in microcredit of small entrepreneurs.

In this group: M'rubangiza, Nabuhindo, Ackemeya, Buhendwa, Honorine, Mutsalombo, Kaboneza, Ndagano, Munyutsa, Ndagano, Mudekereza, Habimana, Alida, Nongwa, Tambwe, Mukeshima, Kyechire, Fatuma, Meshe, Jeanne, Bwira, Nshombo, Alliance, Bahati, Kalume

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Stephanie Long Phillips

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