Jane is 35 years old and married to John who contributes to the family income. Jane has a knitting shop, which she has been running for a period of about 4 years, with an income of 12,000 Kenya shillings a month.
This is the second loan Jane is receiving from KADET, after successfully repaying the previous one. She wants to use the loan to buy knitting threads and other accessories so that she will be able to knit more items, like cardigans. She hopes to own a big knitting shop and create employment for other people.
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