Dismus is 33 years old, married to Miriam and has one child. He operates a photocopying and computer services bureau. He also has another secondary business running a beauty shop. He earns a monthly income of 15,000 KES from his primary business activity.
Dismus is requesting his third loan from Kiva partner KADET of 100,000 KES. He will purchase a photocopier and buy stocks of photocopy paper. With the anticipated profits, he will educate his child. His hopes and dreams are to venture into the real estate business and raise the living standard of his family.
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