Sipi, 32, is married to Mwangombe, who is 61 years old, and together they have eight children. Sipi operates a retail shop, a grocery store and also does some farming on the side in Gahaleni-Malindi area. She earns a monthly profit of Kshs 3,000 from her businesses.
Sipi, who was introduced to Kadet by an existing member, has applied for her first loan, and she has serviced a previous loan with another microfinance. She plans to use the loan amount to add vegetables to her grocery business and other goods like sugar and soap in her retail shop. With the extra income from her loan, she plans to increase her farm acreage and dreams of boosting her children's education.
Sipi describes herself as a hardworking woman.
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