A loan of $1,775 helped to buy more children's clothes for her retail business.


Munira's story

Munira is a very kind and responsible woman. She is 53 years old and married, with three daughters and a son who is a student. She buys and sells children’s clothes, but her income is not enough to support her four children.

In order to provide her family with food and clothes, Munira works hard. She has been working for more than nineteen years in this industry and is now managing her business alone. Her husband's income is not much.

Munira wants to renew her assortment of clothing for the summer season, but she lacks financial support. She is asking for a loan of 15,000 somoni (TJS) with this aim.

Munira is a returning client and has a positive credit history. She is asking for a loan for the second time from Kiva field partner IMON, and she promises to pay back her loan on time. She hopes Kiva lenders support her, as this help is very important to her.


This loan is special because:

It supports the well being of women and their families.



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