Nkhatabay, Malawi / Livestock
Chikondi Group’s story
Dalesi is 37 years old and separated. She has five children and also cares for one orphan and one relative.
Dalesi runs a livestock business. She requires a loan to buy more goats and pigs to sell to her customers.
The proceeds from the business will help her in paying school fees for the children. She started the business to be able to educate her children. One family member currently works in the business.
Dalesi hopes to educate her children up to the university level, open a shop, and also give employment to others.
In this group: Flora, Maggie, Lenia, Mirriam, Estery, Agness, Shuppie, Esnart, Malita, Melayi, Dalesi, Elube, Maria, Domi, Malita, Annie, Towera, Felesters, Esther, Patuma, Maria, Letasi, Lizzie, Zelesi, Mirriam
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About MicroLoan Foundation (MLF) Malawi:
MicroLoan Foundation Malawi is a non-profit organization that provides impoverished women living in the rural areas of Malawi with agricultural, solar, and business starter loans.
The organization targets underserved women and is dedicated to poverty alleviation. Loans issued through Kiva will allow MLF-Malawi to diversify funding sources, maintain socially impactful programs like skills trainings, and offer loans with lower interest rates.
Please note that if a lender makes a loan to a group containing a borrower that drops out, the lender will receive the full loan amount for that borrower back as a repayment near the start of the loan.