Yiriwaton Group’s story
Gniry, age 50, lives in Mali. She’s married and the mother of seven children, four boys and three girls, aged 10 to 22. All children go to school.
Gniry is a housewife and she raises rams. She’s courageous in her business. In the photograph, she’s the one holding the ram by the horns.
Her husband is a tailor. Her income enables her to cover her family’s basic needs.
With six years of experience, Gniry borrowed money from the MFI to buy a ram, as well as animal feed and care products.
Her profits will enable her to develop her ram raising business and improve the health and sanitary conditions of her children.
In the future, she dreams to buy lots of rams to develop her business and increase her profits.
In this group: Yirimin, Korotoumou, Oumar, Adama, Setou, Porcho, Gniry, Haby, Alima, Awa, Nianantigui
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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.