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  • Alice

    Alice

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    Clothing Retail

    Loan Amount:  $740

    Alice lives in Butula district of Nairobi, Kenya with her husband and eight children. She has three children in primary school, three in secondary school, and two studying in universities. Alice is extremely proud of her children, but their school fees continue to be difficult to afford. It is through her clothing store that she has been able to provide an education for her children in the past. It is Alice’s goal to grow her second-hand clothing store. She plans on doing this by purchasing more inventory and expanding her product line.

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  • Joseph

    Joseph

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    Shop Owner

    Loan Amount:  $1,050

    Joseph lives in Nairobi, Kenya with is wife and seven children. Joseph wants to provide his children with a great life and a future filled with opportunity. Joseph is working towards expanding his retail business that focuses on selling shoes and school sweaters. If Joseph can increase his sales, he can start reaching his goals of expanding his business.

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  • James

    James

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    Taxi Driver

    Loan Amount:  $1,790

    James lives in Nairobi, Kenya with his wife and one child. He is a member of a transportation business. He drives a motorcycle and taxis customers around the Nairobi area. In recent years it has been very difficult to afford basic living essentials such as, food, fresh water, and a living space. James works hard to provide for his family and his greatest goal above all is to provide his child with an education. It is James’ business goal to expand his transportation business and obtain more clients.

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  • Jacinta

    Jacinta

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    Shop Owner

    Loan Amount:  $1,060

    Jacinta lives in the Mathare North area of Nairobi, Kenya with five children. Jacinta has been operating a business for eleven years. She owns and operates a boutique which as been very successful. Jacinta is the sole financial provider for the children she cares for. She is single and has no children of her own, but she has opened her house up to multiple children that are orphaned. Jacinta is in need of expanding her business in order to provide for those she cares for. It is important that Jacinta continue to maintain a steady income.

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