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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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  • John

    John

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    Shop Owner

    Loan Amount:  $950

    John is a single male who provides for his local community. John has the dream to one day open a children’s home and helping those in need. The business goal of John’s is to expand his merchandise business, and eventually open a supermarket.

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  • Annah

    Annah

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    Shop Owner

    Loan Amount:  $640

    Annah lives near Lodwar, Kenya with her husband and five children. She is the proud owner of a shop that sells a variety of products to the public. Her main goal is to continue to provide for her five children and send them to school. It is extremely important that Annah can purchase more supplies needed to operate her shop. Her main business goal is to purchase more supplies and continue to sell products to the community. Eventually, Annah hopes to build rental houses and start managing these housing complexes.

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  • Peter

    Peter

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    Carpenter

    Loan Amount:  $320

    Peter is married and lives in Lodwar, Kenya. He has seven children and is a carpenter. It is very important that Peter is able to keep a steady inventory of timber and material. He is the main financial provider for the family. Peter is very anxious to receive this loan because he is in need of timber and other supplies. Peter is seeking machinery that can assist him and his work.

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