Josphine M., aged 33 years, runs a retail shop at the Bissil market. Her customers are mainly livestock traders and Bissil inhabitants.
She is married to Joseph Thila, who is a farmer, and together they have two sons, aged 10 years in standard 7 and 2 years.
She was introduced to Kadet by the credit officer in charge of the Kitengela office. She has been running this business for 10 years and her monthly income is 34,100 Kenyan shillings (Kshs).
This being her second loan with Kadet, Josphine plans to use 40,000 Kshs to buy bags of rice from Tanzania and Kshs 40,000 to buy bags of sugar. If the loan boosts the business, she will open a wholesale store.
Josphine describes herself as hardworking and she has dreams of having a big wholesale store in Bissil.
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