A loan of $8,100 helped a member to purchase 3 bales of used clothing.

Joyeuse A Group's story

Musukali is a good and honest merchant. For twelve years, she has been the vice-president and a member of a business collective called “Joyeuse A”. She is a senior entrepreneur, 50 years old, and a married other of seven children, of whom two are students, and five are married. She sells a variety of secondhand clothing and has a stall for her business at the market downtown.

Musukali is requesting a loan from Hekima to grow her business. She is going to purchase 3 bales of secondhand clothing. Her husband is unemployed. She started of with funds from her husband’s parents. For the future, she wishes to build a house and provide education and food for her children.

She thanks Hekima for having chosen a good goal bringing support to women entrepreneurs excluded from the traditional banking system while according them no-collateral loans.

In this group: Darcise, Alexandre, Claudine, Miriam, Florence, Rachel, Josephine, Feliciane, Muhindo, Musukali, Faida, Mubatsi, Georgine, Malemo, Sylvie, Kwiraviwe, Gode, Mutangi, Nzanzu, Nelly Kataki, Console, Shabani, Mbavumoja, Francine, Judite, Mastaki

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Daniel Kuey

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