A loan of $4,925 helped a member to purchase additional bottles of oil, rice, mayonnaise and buscuits to sell.


My God (2) Group's story

Alexandre runs a small diverse goods shop selling items such as oil, rice, mayo and biscuits. He is a member of the group MY GOD (2), and leads the group of nine other micro-entrepreneurs in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo.

An experienced vendor, Alexandre started out with just a small market kiosk and now has his own shop. Alexandre would like to purchase additional merchandise to sell at his shop through taking out a loan of 400,000 CFA with HOPE Congo.

Alexandre first joined HOPE Congo in 2012, and is currently on his sixth loan cycle. He hopes to be able to continue to grow his business and continue supporting his family.

The father of three children, Alexandre hopes that they will one day be able to grow up to work jobs of their own. Through growing his business, Alexandre dreams of being able to buy his own property and build a home for his family.

In this group: Alexandre, Prisca, Alexandrine , Aimée-Lézine, Bienvenu , Patty , Paterne , Sylvestre, Pascaline, Claire



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