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Jun 6, 2016 3:52 EST

Burundi: A portion of Inguvu Group’s $2,075 loan helps a member to increase his working capital and buy a large quantity of beans and rice.

iCrowdNewswire - Jun 6, 2016

Inguvu Group

 

 

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Inguvu Group’s story

P. Claver is a member of the loan group ‘Inguvu’ and lives in Gitega. He is thirty-five years old and married to Evelyne, a trader. Together they have three children between the ages of five and ten years old. All their children attend school.

P. Claver sells beans, rice, salt, etc in his shop. This will be his fourth loan with the field partner, Turame. He will use his loan to increase his working capital and buy a large quantity of beans and rice for resale. This will increase his profits.

In this group: Sérapie, Yollande, Anésie, Léa, Adèle, Etienne, Jeanne, Alphonsine, P. Claver, Josélyne, Viola, Marvine, Pamphine, Agnès, Berchmans
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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Sarah RyderView original language description

 

This loan is special because:

It supports entrepreneurs living in conflict zones in Burundi.
 

 

Elizabeth Davidson
Kiva staff

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Inguvu Group

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