Lydia M. is married and has four children. She runs a retail shop in Majaoni, Mombasa where she sells household goods. Her retail shop is one year old and is doing well.
This loan marks Lydia's second time borrowing from KADET. With the money, Lydia plans to purchase cooking oil, maize flour, and sugar for her shop. Her clients are the area residents of Majaoini.
Lydia hopes to have a really bright future and to open up another business to supplement her income.
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