Rasmata is the mother of 4 children, yet only two are going to school. She is a salesperson and has sold condiments in a neighborhood for more than 4 years. She is asking for a loan to buy 15 boxes of tomato paste and fish, 20 boxes of spaghetti, 12 cans of oil and other condiments which will allow her to add to her stock of merchandise. She plans to use the profits to expand her business and to save to pay for the schooling of her children.
This loan is part of an effort to provide financing to vulnerable and marginalized populations in Burkina Faso. It helps such communities purchase small equipment and working capital, agricultural inputs and livestock. By supporting Rasmata, you are helping to promote financial inclusion for Burkina Faso’s vulnerable and marginalized populations.