In order to afford the living expenses of her family, she runs a grocery store at home. She sells different grocery items such as cooking oils, spices, sugar, etc. She is very fair in her rates and earns good profits every month.
Her son also works with her in her grocery store.
She has applied for a loan from Kiva partner Asasah for her grocery store business. With the loan, she will buy groceries in bulk that will allow her to fulfill her clients’ orders and make more profit.
She has had this business for the past two years and is confident that an investment will help her make her business more profitable.
This is a Group Loan
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