A loan of $7,000 helped a member purchase traditional cloths, skirts, shoes, hand bags, etc.

Habimana's Group's story

Buralike is a courageous shopkeeper and a member of the business group Bienheureuse. A senior entrepreneur at the age of 30, she is married and the mother of four children, all of whom attend school. She sells a variety of clothing in a store in the center of the city. She began this business with funds received from her family eight years ago. Her husband is also a shopkeeper. This new loan will allow her to purchase traditional cloths, skirts, shoes, hand bags, etc. She hopes to increase her revenues, build a home, keep sending her children to school, and see to the clothing and food needs of her family. She would like to thank Hekima for their empowerment of unbankable female entrepreneurs, in particular during this time of conflict in the east of her country.

In this group: Habimana, Garubanda, Batumike, Buralike, Chajinge

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Chloé Tuot

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