The "banc villageois" (loan association) she belongs to was founded on March 24, 2001.
Mrs. Mansata is 47 years old and a member of the Bantery solidarity group. She is a widowed mother of eight children whose eldest daughter is now 30 years old.
She buys vegetables depending on the season for retail sales. Although she is experienced in this activity, she sometimes finds it difficult to dispose of her merchandise due to competition in the marketplace.
The profits will be devoted to family needs: food, children's tuition,...
SON BANC VILLAGEOIS D'APPARTENANCE A VU LE JOUR LE 24 MARS 2001. MADAME MANSATA 47 ANS EST UN DES MEMBRES DU GROUPE DE SOLIDARITÉ NOMME BANTERY COMPOSE DE 9 MEMBRES. ELLE EST VEUVE ET MÈRE DE 8 ENFANTS ET SA FILLE AINÉE EST ÂGÉE AUJOURD'HUI DE 30 ANS. ELLE ACHÈTE DES LÉGUMES EN FONCTION DES PÉRIODES POUR LES REVENDRE. DU FAIT DE SON EXPÉRIENCE DANS CE DOMAINE ELLE APPROUVE UN PEU DE DIFFICULTÉ PARFOIS POUR ÉCOULER SES MARCHANDISES VU LA CONCURRENCE DANS LE MARCHE ET LES BÉNÉFICES SERVENT POUR LA PRISE EN CHARGE DE LA FAMILLE : LA NOURRITURE, LA SCOLARITÉ DES ENFANTS ETC...
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The mission of CAURIE Micro Finance is to contribute sustainably and to offer microfinance services adapted to impoverished micro-entrepreneurs, primarily women, based on the principles of ‘credit for the poor’ and on microfinance best practices, all while investing in order to become financially independent.