A loan of $6,650 helped a member to buy 350 pairs of shoes.

Fidélité Group's story

Muteba has been a merchant for six years. She is a member and the president of the business group Fidélité. A dynamic 43-year-old entrepreneur, she is married with eight children who all go to school. Her husband is a member of the loyalist army.

Muteba sells used shoes. She conducts her sales at a market downtown. She initially started her activity with funding from Hekima. She plans to use this loan to buy 350 pairs of shoes.

Her goals for the future are to bolster her working capital and to ensure that her children are fed and educated.

Muteba wishes to thank the Hekima MFI for making a wise choice in helping women entrepreneurs who cannot use the traditional banking system by
granting them loans without collateral, especially in these difficult post-war times in the Eastern region.

In this group: Eugenie, Kongolo, Muteba, Victorine, Nahomie, Batumike, Namegabe, Baseme, Atuna, Feza, Anna, Kapunga, Cirimwami, Jeanne, Irene, M.jeanne, Germaine, Mabwire, Kashire, Bushu, Brenda, Kichengele, Alida, Mukulumanya, Jolie, Kishuba, Baroani, Nabintu, Kulimushi, Claudine, Mupenda, Anna, Germain, Bishweka, Makyambi, Blandine, Chidende, Angel, Nadia, Bienvenu, Apoline, Jeanine, Kashumbi, Nafisi, Marhegane

Translated from French by Kiva volunteer

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