A loan of $900 helped a member to buy various goods (flour, bags, shoes, plastic items) and charcoal.

Oluwatogni Group's story

The Oluwatogni group is made up of three people, who all live in the same area. The representative of the group is named Moiba (her hand is raised in the photo), and she is 42 years old. Moiba is married to a certain Theonas. The couple has two children, who all go to school. They have no [other people] under their care. Moiba did not go to school. She lives with her husband and her children. The couple takes care of the household expenses [together].

To meet these needs, Moiba has been selling various goods (wheat flour, bags, shoes, and plastic items) and charcoal from her house for about ten years. She procures her goods from the region.

In order to diversify her business, Moiba joined with the other members of the Oluwatogni group and they are now seeking their sixth loan with Alide. Their previous loans have all been repaid correctly.

In this group: Moïba, Suzanne, Suzanne

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Lindsay Ferrara

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