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  • Dominic

    Dominic

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    Businessman

    Loan Amount:  $230

    As a married father of two, Dominic works very hard to provide for his family. His wife works occasionally as a waitress to help him create an income. However, they still struggle to find the funds necessary to consistently pay for their children's school fees. Dominic began his business a few years ago to try and create a more steady income.

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  • Sarah

    Sarah

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    Clothes Vendor

    Loan Amount:  $470

    Sarah and her husband live in the area of Gikomba. Sarah began her business in selling clothes in 2010 in order to supplement their income. Her husband finds work occasionally as a driver. They find it difficult to afford all of their financial responsibilites. She believes that by expanding her business, she will have the opportunity to relieve some of their financial stress.

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  • Lilian

    Lilian

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    Salon

    Loan Amount:  $590

    Lilian is a hardworking mother of five. Aside from her two children, her and her husband have chosen to care for three orphans. Lilian finds the lack of economic resources to be a barrier in her life. She would like to start a beauty shop in order to help her husband provide for their family and bring in more of a stable income.

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  • Catherine

    Catherine

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    Salon

    Loan Amount:  $240

    Catherine is a single mother of three children. She and her family live in the area of Huruma, where her children attend school. After the death of her husband, Catherine has found it very difficult to provide enough financial resources for her family. It is especially challenging to provide school fees. Catherine would like to expand the salon that she began a few years ago in order to create more stability.

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