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  • Jane

    Jane

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    Dressmaker

    Loan Amount:  $570

    Jane is a dressmaker who lives in Mlango. She owns a small shop in her neighborhood where she sews new dresses for customers and repairs used dresses for resale. She greatly enjoys her work, however; her child is getting ready to go to college. She worries that she will not be able to help with the school fees. She would like to give her business a boost so she can start generating more profit.

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  • Mariam

    Mariam

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    Clothes Vendor

    Loan Amount:  $570

    Mariam operates a second-hand clothing shop in her village of Huruma, where she lives with her husband and three children. Her husband works as a casual laborer and is often out on random jobs around the city. Mariam would like to grow her business so that her income is more stable. This way she will be able to pay her children's school fees in a timely fashion.

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  • Magret

    Magret

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    Green Grocer

    Loan Amount:  $230

    Magret lives in Lodwar with her husband and six children, including several orphans from the community. As a result of providing for so many children, Magret and her husband struggle to meet the family's needs. She operates a produce stand on the edge of town and would like to expand the business so she can ensure her family is taken care of.

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  • Evaline

    Evaline

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    General Retail

    Loan Amount:  $630

    Evaline lives with her husband and two children in Eastleigh where she operates a general store. Her husband was hurt at his job and is now currently unemployed, Therefore; Evaline must support her family only from this business. She is hoping to grow her business so she can ensure her children are able to stay in school.

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