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4 people are supporting Beatha NYIRAMBARUSHIMANA


City: KIMIRONKO Country: Rwanda Loan Use: to buy more sorghum for making local drinks for sale.
Loan Term: 4 Date Posted: November 13, 2019 First Repayment: September 18, 2018
Opportunity International Client Beatha NYIRAMBARUSHIMANA

Beatha is a hardworking mother of five living in Kimironko, Rwanda. Three of her children are currently in school. to contribute to the family income, Beatha opened a brewery and bar last year. She wanted to grow her business for the benefit of her family, but she needed help getting started. That's when Beatha learned about the programs and services available through Opportunity International. After completing financial literacy training, she received a loan which she used to purchase sorghum in bulk. Sorghum is the main ingredient she needs for making local beverages to sell. by purchasing in bulk, her expenses were more cost-effective and her profit margin grew. Beatha is growing her brewery into a successful business and is pleased to use her profits to help her children go to school, while also saving for the family's future.

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