Munge Delphine Ngolle

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Great Soppo, Cameroon

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10 Months
Palm Oil
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My name is Delphine Ngolle Munge I live at Great Soppo Buea I am 50yrs old.
About Me: I am a mother of 5 children, three girls and two boys. I am married my husband is a farmer. Two of my daughters are students at the University of Buea while the other is in high school. The two boys are in secondary school
My Business: I am engage in the sale of palm oil and Eru leaves a tropical forest vegetable crop which is a delicious popular Cameroon soup leaf . I buy my product to wholesalers at the market and resell to customers at the buea town market and the buea central market. I am in need of a loan to finance my business
Details about family: I am married, my husband is a farmer. I stay with my husband, my children and internally displace family members from my village in Tombel in the Southwest region. I use my profit to support my children education my husband and the internally displaced relatives .In all we are 11 of us in the house


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Loan Details:

Length: 10 months
Repayment Schedule: Bi-Monthly
Local Currency: 100,000 CFA ($175 USD)
Loan Issuer: JTJ Cameroon

Business Details:

Years in Business: 4 Years
Expenses: 90,000 CFA per week
Profit: 20,000 per week
Field Partner: Acha Odette
Business concept validated for payback: ✅

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JTJ Cameroon

JTJ Cameroon is Join the Journey’s branch in Cameroon, forming in 2013 after a JTJ U.S. board member with Cameroon ties spearheaded formation there. JTJ Cameroon first began activities in a northwest rural province called Tiben, focusing on compassion outreach and empowerment of local farmers through raising poultry. JTJ Cameroon were forced to evacuate from Tiben in 2017 as many of the beneficiaries we had befriended were killed at the cost of a government reprisal against an independence movement. JTJ Cameroon piloted a 10-month micro-loan program in Great Soppo toward the end of 2018 and into 2019 in which all five entrepreneurs repaid their loans.
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