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  • Euren

    Euren

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    Shop Owner and Shoe Maker

    Loan Amount:  $1,060

    Euren has been a resident of Turkana, Kenya since 1985. He and his wife run and operate a shoe shop which has been open since 2009. He works hard to keep his store well stocked and providing quality items. Euren and his wife need more materials for creating accessories for the shoes they sell.

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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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  • 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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