Soroyiriwaton Group’s story
Djomine, the featured borrower, is pictured in the centre of the photo with her hands in the peanuts. She is a Malian widow and mother of five children, two of whom currently attend school.
For 15 years, Djomine has earned a living running a small business selling peanuts. She purchases her stock in the local markets, then resells them in the same markets. Thanks to the profits from her sales, she is able to support her children’s daily needs.
Djomine sometimes struggles during times of slow sales. A creditworthy borrower, she partners with RMCR in order to fund large purchases of peanuts to sell. She hopes this loan will allow her to further grow her business.
In this group: Salimata Baba, Mayama, Kotimi, Aïssata, Djomine, Sali Dramane, Minata, Satou, Kadiatou, Sitan, Salimata Madou, Fatoumata, Djeneba, Karia, Kadiatou, Bintou*, Nene
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About Réseau de Micro-institutions de Croissance de Revenus (RMCR):
Réseau de Micro-institutions de Croissance de Revenus (RMCR) is an NGO that provides credit to low-income communities in rural Mali. The organization offers community bank loans, from which borrowers can graduate to solidarity groups, and from there to individual loans. RMCR customizes the loans it offers in order to fit the unique business cycles of livestock, farming, and commerce activities.