Vegetable seller

Sita Sanguisso

Bobo-dioulasso, Burkina Faso

37% repaid

Entrepreneur

Name

Sita Sanguisso

Member since

December 2013

On-time repayments

16 installments  •  44%

About Me

I'm Mrs. Sita Sanou Sanguisso and I was born on January 1, 1960 in Bobo-Dioulasso. I grew up in this city. I was married for a long time but my husband died, and I now live with our four children, a boy and three girls. All of my children are still in school. My son and oldest daughter are in the 8th grade this year, my second daughter is in 3rd grade, and my youngest daughter is in 1st grade. I trade in the small produce market in Koko, and I would benefit from your support to expand this activity.

My Business

Dear lenders,
I'm in the business of selling produce such as corn, sacks of beans, and cabbage. I buy in bulk from farmers in surrounding villages such as Leguema, Koroma, Sourou, etc. A load of cabbage costs 125,000 CFA francs and can be sold for 150,000 CFA francs. I buy a bag of corn for 10,000 francs and sell it for 12,000 francs. Thanks to this business, I can meet my personal expenses and also pay for my children's school fees, medical care, clothes and so on, because I am a widow.

Loan Proposal

I'm Mrs. SANOU / SANGUISSO Sita and I was born on January 1 nineteen sixty (01/01/1960) in Bobo-Dioulasso and I had to grow up in this city. I have been married for a long time but now a widow and I live now with my four children I had with him, a boy and three girls. All my children are still in school. The boy and the girl are first class third this year, the second daughter is the class of the first and the smallest is the EC1. I trade of vegetable products to the small market Koko and I would benefit from your support to expand this activity. Vegetable farming is the production of a set of annual or perennial, shrub or herbaceous plants in an agricultural area bounded generally exploited intensively, whose harvest is sold in more or less quantity and provides the ingredients used in the composition sauces or salads.
In Burkina Faso, vegetable farming is generally practiced against in season, that is to say after the rainy season. After this season, the farmer is on idle and waiting for the next winter season. To overcome this idleness, many people practice maraîcheculture. The product of this activity is sold and provides significant income for these practitioners. Vegetable gardening can be a springboard to stem the rural exodus. With the lack of cereals, vegetable gardening is an extra in the fight against food insecurity. Unfortunately this area is poorly understood and poorly controlled production. It is therefore important that the production is known production areas identified as marketing channels.
Gardening in Burkina Faso is practiced primarily in lowland areas around dams, lakes and rivers (or river) called operating site. However Houet province specifically KOU Valley is a very suitable area for these crops. Cultures considered here are: Onion leaf, onion bulb, cabbage, tomato, local Eggplant, Aubergine imported, the
Pepper, Lettuce, Carrot, Potato, Green Bean, Strawberries, Cucumber, the
Pepper, garlic, the Okra, Tobacco and Other crops (beets, taro, turnip, zucchini etc).
I would loved lenders that you assist me financially so that I can give a boost to this activity very profitable. Thank you

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About Me

Je suis Madame SANOU/ SANGUISSO Sita et je suis née le premier Janvier mille neuf soixante (01/01/1960) à Bobo-Dioulasso et j’ai eu à grandir dans cette ville. Je suis mariée depuis très longtemps mais mon mari est décédé et j’habite présentement avec mes quatre enfants que j’ai eu avec lui, dont un garçon et trois filles. Tous mes enfants sont toujours à l’école. Le garçon et la première fille font la classe de troisième cette année, la deuxième fille fait la classe de la première et la plus petite fait le CE1. Je fais le commerce des produits maraichers au petit marché de Koko et je voudrais bénéficier de votre soutient pour agrandir cette activité.

My Business

Bonjour chers prêteurs,
Je suis dans le commerce des produits maraichers et agricoles tels que le maïs, le haricot dans les sacs, les choux. Je paie les choux en bâchés avec les producteurs dans les villages environnants tels que Leguema, Koroma, sourou etc. Un chargement de choux est payé à cent vingt-cinq mille (12500) Franc et revendu à cent cinquante mille (150000) Franc. Je paie un sac de maïs à dix mille (10000) et je revends à douze mille (12000) Franc. J’arrive à subvenir à mes dépenses personnelles grace à ce commerce que je mène. Je paie aussi la scolarité de mes enfants vu que mon mari n’est plus, leurs soins médicaux, leurs habillements et j’en passe

Loan Proposal

I'm Mrs. SANOU / SANGUISSO Sita and I was born on January 1 nineteen sixty (01/01/1960) in Bobo-Dioulasso and I had to grow up in this city. I have been married for a long time but now a widow and I live now with my four children I had with him, a boy and three girls. All my children are still in school. The boy and the girl are first class third this year, the second daughter is the class of the first and the smallest is the EC1. I trade of vegetable products to the small market Koko and I would benefit from your support to expand this activity. Vegetable farming is the production of a set of annual or perennial, shrub or herbaceous plants in an agricultural area bounded generally exploited intensively, whose harvest is sold in more or less quantity and provides the ingredients used in the composition sauces or salads.
In Burkina Faso, vegetable farming is generally practiced against in season, that is to say after the rainy season. After this season, the farmer is on idle and waiting for the next winter season. To overcome this idleness, many people practice maraîcheculture. The product of this activity is sold and provides significant income for these practitioners. Vegetable gardening can be a springboard to stem the rural exodus. With the lack of cereals, vegetable gardening is an extra in the fight against food insecurity. Unfortunately this area is poorly understood and poorly controlled production. It is therefore important that the production is known production areas identified as marketing channels.
Gardening in Burkina Faso is practiced primarily in lowland areas around dams, lakes and rivers (or river) called operating site. However Houet province specifically KOU Valley is a very suitable area for these crops. Cultures considered here are: Onion leaf, onion bulb, cabbage, tomato, local Eggplant, Aubergine imported, the
Pepper, Lettuce, Carrot, Potato, Green Bean, Strawberries, Cucumber, the
Pepper, garlic, the Okra, Tobacco and Other crops (beets, taro, turnip, zucchini etc).
I would loved lenders that you assist me financially so that I can give a boost to this activity very profitable. Thank you

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Loan Info

Project Type

Classic Loan

Disbursed amount

$258.12

Date disbursed

Sep 23, 2014

Repayment status

Late

Projected term

9 months

Cost to entrepreneur

Lender interest: $258.12 at 5.01% annual rate over 9 months = $10.31

Service fee: $10.29

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