A loan of $4,750 helped a member to purchase packets of bissap leaves and beans to sell at her stand.

Rabbi (2) Group's story

Roselyne Mireille is a member of the group RABBI (2) and leads a group of eight other micro-entrepreneurs in Brazzaville, Congo. At 35 years old, Roselyne is married and the mother of two children, ages 8 and 14. Roselyne has been working her own stand in the market, selling a variety of small goods for the past nine years.

Now on her eighth loan cycle with HOPE Congo, Roselyne plans to take out a loan of 300,000 CFAs in local currency, or approximately $600.

With this next loan, Roselyne will buy packets of bissap leaves to sell to juice vendors and beans for her stand.

In the future, Roselyne would like to be able to purchase a plot of land for her own store, and also purchase a piece of land for her family to live on.

In this group: Roselyne Mireille, Marcelle Jeanne Rose, Daïxy Nadhy Joserelle, Nico, Venance Benette, Clarisse, Marina Celestin, Ndissou, Henriette

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