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  • Delvin

    Delvin

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    Shop Owner

    Loan Amount:  $220

    Delvin lives in Lodwar, Kenya with her husband. They both care for orphaned children in their community. Delvin owns and operates a retail shop; this is how she generates all of her income. It is Delvin’s goal to expand her retail business and start offering more products to the public. She believes that a greater variety of items will help generate more business.

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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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  • Anjelinca

    Anjelinca

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    Charcoal Sales

    Loan Amount:  $430

    Anjelinca lives in Lodwar, Kenya. She owns and operates a charcoal plantation. She is looking to expand her business and start offering delivery services. This is Anjelinca’s main source of income and the revenue generated from the charcoal is able to support her and her family. The loan provided will allow Anjelina to offer additional services to her customers. The ability to deliver charcoal will expand Anjelinca’s business.

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  • Jamila

    Jamila

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    Charcoal Sales

    Loan Amount:  $1,000

    Jamila lives near Lodwar, Kenya with her husband and four children. With her husband currently unemployed, Jamila's business provides the sole source of income for the family. Along with her husband, Jamila's greatest goal is to see her children get a quality education. However, they often struggle to pay the fees and provide for them adequately.

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