A loan of $2,050 helped a member to buy 17 sacks of charcoal.

Nutifafa1 Group's story

Félicité is responsible for Nutifafa 1 Group, which means "peace" in English. She's married and the mother of two children.

She started her retailing business in 1990. She sells cereals, yams, and charcoal. Three times a month, she gets her supplies in Kati, a village located 95 kilometers from Lomé.

At this time, Félicité has a stock of corn and yams, and would simply like to increase her charcoal stock, in order to satisfy her customers. To this effect, she is seeking this loan to buy 17 sacks of charcoal.

The other members of Nutifafa 1 Group are also retailers who sell fruits, vegetables, pagnes (colorful African cloth), and cereals.

In this group: Aicha, Akou Antoinette, Akou, Akossiwa, Mawoussi-Elise*, Kossiwavi, Ameyo Happy, Koko Catherine*, Afi Akpedze*, Massa Felicite, Abra, Kossiwa Mawuwoe, Rose, Enyonam*, Yawavi, Ama, Akossiwa, Adjo, Akou, Aku Mawussime
*not pictured

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Patrick Stadelmann

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