A loan of $3,975 helped a member to buy four sacks of potatoes for resale.

Amina Group's story

Esther, age 34, is an advisor to the business group Amina. She is a young but dynamic and experienced entrepreneur, and the single mother of a child who attends kindergarten. She sells potatoes at the public market, sometimes from her home. She started her business with the help of her boyfriend and has been conducting this activity for three years. She will use this new loan to buy four sacks of potatoes. Her goals are to expand her activity and buy some land for her child.

Esther wishes to thank the Hekima MFI for helping businesswomen to become self-sufficient who cannot use the traditional banking system, especially in these critical times of war in the Eastern region.

In this group: Mwabikuba, Ndimubanzi, Elise, Bujiri, Sivyatsomana, Souzane, Hirana, Mutaro, Ange, Georgette, Lubuto, Muka, Djuma, Godefrida, Zihalirwa, Veti, Kalimira, Esther, Kyakimwa, Kalwira, Buhendwa, Chigoho, Chigadu, Nsimire, Julienne, Barengeke, Kwabo, Chibalonza, Mahamba, Mihigo, Tabikwa

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