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  • Christine


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    Loan Amount:  $340

    Christine lives in Pangani with her husband and three children. Her husband earns money transporting goods around Nairobi while Christine earns a living as a hairdresser in a nearby salon. Because her employer does not always earn enough to employ Christine, she sometimes finds it difficult to provide for her family. Because of this, she would like to start her own salon so she can earn a more stable income.

  • Mary


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    Clothing Sales

    Loan Amount:  $1,270

    Mary is a hard working single mother who is working to take care of her own three children as well as a granddaughter. Her father is currently out of work. The greatest challenge she faces is a lack of capital to expand the business and a lack of continual income to provide for the home in an established way.

  • Munika


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    Green Grocer

    Loan Amount:  $680

    Munika is a hard working mother of three children. She works in the area of Area 4 and her husband helps to provide for the family through his work at the City Council. Together they work hard to make sure their family remains healthy and their children are able to attend school.

  • Esther


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    Food Vendor

    Loan Amount:  $460

    Esther is a hardworking mother of three. She lives with her family in Eastleigh where she sells spices. Her husband is a businessman who travels around. Esther would like to grow her shop so that she can start selling spices to restaurants and schools. This extra income will help her better provide for her family's needs.


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