A loan of $6,425 helped a member to buy 40 chickens and 50 packs of eggs.


Malungu's Group's story

Magadju is a saleswoman and member of the business group «Pendeza». She is a businesswoman aged 24 with three children, two of them go to school and one is still an infant. The client sells chickens and eggs. She sets up her wares at a market in the town. She started her business with a first capital that she received from her husband. Her husband is a teacher in a public school. At a later time she received a loan from IMF Hekima. She has been in this business for two years. This new loan will enable her to buy 40 chickens and 50 packs of eggs. In this way she hopes to increase her capital, become a wholesaler, educate, feed, and clothe her children. Finally, she thanks Hekima warmly for their contribution towards the independence of non-bankable women in business, especially during this critical time of conflict in the Eastern part of the country.

In this group: Malungu, Angelique, Surupiya, Louise, Fely, Nyirabayungu, Julienne, Bisimwa, Muatatengula, Magadju, Katungu, Mifi, Kalonji, Lukoo, Maheshe, Sahani, Emiliane, Shamavu, Mushayuma, Musomwa, Bulere, Ntabaza, Mpagazede, Kasavuli, Kakuru, Mubuya, Sarah, Sinyere, Ndumbi, Mimubagwa, Dina, Mushengezi, Mwenge, Kalindi, Tchimanga, Namubudumbi, Niyibizi

Translated from French by Kiva volunteer



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