Everlyne is 41 years old, single and has three children. She has been running a food stall selling fish for the last ten years and earns a monthly income of 5,500 KES. She is requesting her first loan with Kiva partner KADET of 20,000 KES. She will use the loan to buy more stocks of fish for resale. With the anticipated profits, she will expand her business and educate her children.
Everlyne's hopes and dreams are to grow her business to supply fish in the whole locality and educate her children to university level.
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