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Aug 27, 2016 9:02 EST

Burundi: Abavandimwe Group: A loan of $2,125 helps a member to pay for the temporary use of some palm trees to extract a large quantity of palm oil to sell.

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Abavandimwe Group

Burundi
 
Bubanza, Burundi / Food Production/Sales
 
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Abavandimwe Group’s story

Lin, the featured borrower, is a member of the Abavandimwe group. He is 34 years old and married with a 2-year-old infant and two older children who currently attend school. Lin earns a living trading palm oil, and his wife Médiatrice is a farmer.

This is the group’s sixteenth loan from Turame Community Finance. With the funds borrowed, Lin will pay for the temporary use of some palm trees to extract a large quantity of palm oil to sell.

In the future, it is Lin’s goal to become a rice farmer.

In this group: Lin, Athanase, Férdinand, Moїse, Bosco, Appolinaire, Charles, Edouard, Samuel, Léon
*not pictured 

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Translated from French by Kiva volunteer Willow King View original language description 

This loan is special because:

It supports entrepreneurs living in conflict zones in Burundi. 

Elizabeth Davidson
Kiva staff

A loan of $2,125 helps a member to pay for the temporary use of some palm trees to extract a large quantity of palm oil to sell.

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Abavandimwe Group

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