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  • Annah

    Annah

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    Shop Owner

    Loan Amount:  $640

    Annah lives near Lodwar, Kenya with her husband and five children. She is the proud owner of a shop that sells a variety of products to the public. Her main goal is to continue to provide for her five children and send them to school. It is extremely important that Annah can purchase more supplies needed to operate her shop. Her main business goal is to purchase more supplies and continue to sell products to the community. Eventually, Annah hopes to build rental houses and start managing these housing complexes.

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  • Jane

    Jane

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    Tailor

    Loan Amount:  $220

    Jane lives in Nairobi, Kenya with her husband and three children. Two of Jane’s kids are in college and one is in secondary school. It is Jane’s great pride to support her children’s education. Jane works as a tailor and has a large client base in her community. It is Jane’s goal to expand her business and increase her family’s income.

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  • Anna

    Anna

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    Cook

    Loan Amount:  $1,580

    Anna lives in Siaya County of Kenya with her husband and six children. Anna is the sole financial provider for her family and,with her business; she can provide her children with an education. Anna sells fish to the public and restaurants. It is Anna’s goal to continue to expand her business. She wants to restock her inventory and provide more fish to the market place.

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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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