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  • Daniel


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    Public Transport

    Loan Amount:  $1,020

    Daniel is a married father of one child. His wife is unemployed, making him the primary caretaker of their family. Daniel desires for his child to receive an education, but cannot consistently afford school. He began working as a mechanic in 2005 to create an income for his family.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Violet


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    Loan Amount:  $790

    Violet is a single mother of four who lives in Mathare and operates a second-hand clothing shop in her community. Her husband died several years ago and as a result her business provides the only income for her family. Because of this, she would like to expand her business so she can ensure that all her children are able to attend the college of their choice.


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