A loan of $1,050 helps a member to restock fish for sale.


Soko Group's story

Mirinda is a 40 year old entreprenuer whose business has been a success because of her had work and passion. She is a married woman and a mother of three children. She resides in Budiriro, Harare, and her husband is a self-employed plumber.

She sells fish (bream) operating from her home. Because of the size and freshness of her merchandise she is well known and this has helped her build a large clientele base. She restocks from Lake Kariba, a lake that is rich with fresh water and healthy sumptuous aquatic life. She possesses a National Parks license which is renewed annually for the purposes of transporting her products legally. Before, she used to be a hawker roaming in the streets of Budiriro selling fresh breams from a twenty litre bucket, however due to high demand of her breams she now supplies local supermarkets in large quantites. Mirinda used her loan to restock fishes.

In this group: Rufaro, Mirinda, Virginina


This loan is special because:

It helps women access affordable funding with targeted business training.

Rachel Lewis, Kiva staff

Rachel Lewis
Kiva staff



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