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  • Leah


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    Loan Amount:  $230

    Leah lives in Lodwar with her husband and three children where she runs a small restaurant on the edge of town. Her husband is currently unemployed and therefore Leah must provide for her family's needs solely from her business. For this reason, she would like to grow her restaurant so it can begin generating more profit.

  • Lucy


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    Loan Amount:  $570

    Lucy is a single mother. She has two children, and both attend school. Lucy finds it very difficult to be the sole-provider for her family, especially when it comes to school fees. She desires for her children to receive an education and go on to college. Lucy began a business in tailoring a few years ago, and would like to expand.

  • Margaret


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    Green Grocer

    Loan Amount:  $290

    Margaret lives with her husband and one child in Mlango Kubwa in Mathare Valley. While the rest of her children are grown and out of the house, Margaret still cares for one of her children, who is disabled. As Margaret gets older, she worries about who will provide for her child, log-term. For that reason, Margaret would like to expand her business so she can begin saving extra income for her child.

  • Joseph


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    Loan Amount:  $680

    Joseph is a single man living in Mlango where he operates a pharmacy. He specializes in malaria medicine as well as basic medications. He would like to grow his business though so he can become more financially stable.


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