A loan of $2,925 helped a member acheter 25kg de farine de mais et 2 sacs d’avocats.


Rhusezanye Group's story

Gurhahoza is a leader of the business group Rhusezanye. Married to a farmer, she is the mother of six children. The couple can only afford tuition for two of their children.

Gurhahoza has been selling maize and avocados for over 30 years. She conducts her sales at the public market on weekends, and as a street vendor or from her home during the week. This new loan will help to bolster her capital. She will buy 25 kg of maize flour and 2 bags of avocados. Her ambition is to send all her children to school. She would like someday to include credit to her activity.

She wishes to thank Hekima for its support of women, who are now considered part of society.

In this group: Ghurahoza, Namanvu, Nzigire, Namurobo, Nsimire, Cekanabo, Rhulinabo, Ntakwinja, Feza, Bachibola, Bahati, Siyapata, Nzigire, Kazororo, Nzigire, Badesire, Nkwanine, Cibazigira, Namanvu, Cekanabo, Muhindo, Bacilembe, Furaha, Siuzike, Mawazo, Nsimire, Furaha, Mapendo, Nyaweza, Mawazo, Mawazo, Nakatya

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