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A loan of $600 helped a member to buy small equipment, seed, and agricultural resources.

Horonya 6 Group's story

The ten women of Horonya 6 are all married in traditional families. They are on average 34 years old and have three children. They all live in the Kondia village in the Ségou region (4th administratrive region of Mali). They know each other from their winter farming, their neighborhood connections, their marriages, and through family in the village. They farm peanuts, millet, and rice. In the goal of buying small equipment and agricultural resources, the group members went to Soro Yiriwaso and are on their 3rd loan. Mrs. Foye (2nd seated woman from the left in the photo) plans to use her loan to plow her field, to buy seed and fertilizer, and to pay young workers to weed her field. She sells her products for cash at the end of the winter to repay her loan and to be able to save up to pay the expenses of her children and her family.

In this group: Foye , Sitan , Hawa , Fatoumata , Neh , Batou , Fatoumata , Barakatou , Neh , Satan

Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Sherry W.

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