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  • Sarah

    Sarah

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    Clothes Vendor

    Loan Amount:  $470

    Sarah and her husband live in the area of Gikomba. Sarah began her business in selling clothes in 2010 in order to supplement their income. Her husband finds work occasionally as a driver. They find it difficult to afford all of their financial responsibilites. She believes that by expanding her business, she will have the opportunity to relieve some of their financial stress.

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  • Agnes

    Agnes

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    Salon

    Loan Amount:  $340

    Agnes is hard working single mother of three children. Over the years, she has been able to provide for her children through her starting and operating a salon. Her greatest concern in life is making sure her children has the best opportunities possible through good education.

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  • John

    John

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    Street Vendor

    Loan Amount:  $470

    John is a young man who lives in Kariobangi. He is currently a street vendor, selling produce along the road to commuters. He has many business goals though. He would like to transition his business into a green grocer stand and needs the capitol to rent a shop in his community. Once he is established and is generating enough profit, he would like to begin a children's home for orphans and street children. He wants to give back to the community that has helped him so much.

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  • Diana

    Diana

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    Boutique

    Loan Amount:  $700

    Diana runs a hair salon in her community in Mathare Valley. She works with all kinds of customers, cutting and styling their hair. Her husband is a driver who transports goods for different companies. Because his job keeps him on the road, Diana is often left to raise their three children. She would like to expand her business so that it is easier for her to pay their school fees.

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