A loan of $1,450 helped a member to purchase beans to sell in her food stall.

Tuliya Group's story

This client, Furaha, is the assistant secretary of the business group "Tuliya". She is a young, experienced entrepreneur, 31 years old, and the mother of five children, who are all students. This client is a vendor of beans. She sets up her goods at a farm warehouse (barn).

She started her business with a loan from the microfinance institution Hekima over three years ago. She has already realized many micro-projects for her family through the profits from this business. This new loan will be used to increase her inventory by purchasing 2 sacks of beans. She would thus like to educate her children and build a beautiful house.

In conclusion, she thanks Hekima very much for its micro-credit support for small-scale entrepreneurs who are unbanked. It should be noted that some clients in the photo are carrying their babies.

In this group: Antoinnette, Jeannette, Byanikiro Jolie, Nakinya, Furaha, Jushm, Kissa, Vinovyangike, Roseline, Bwami, Zihalirwa, Nsamamba, Lubaye, Lukoo, Semanywa, Furaha , Bitana, Baeni, Bahunga, Buhoro, Juliene, Kanyere, Kashira, Karami, Furaha, Mbavumoja, Nyamulemu, Furaha, Bushu

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey

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