Pamela is 40 years of age. She is married to her husband Suleiman, who also contributes in providing for the family's needs. They are blessed with six children aged between 7 and 20 years. Pamela runs a retail shop. She has been in this business for 10 years, with a monthly income of 15,000 Kenya shillings (KES).
This is Pamela’s second loan of 40,000 KES after successfully repaying her first loan from KADET LTD. She will use the borrowed loan to purchase maize flour, sugar, cooking fat, and rice for resale.
With the anticipated profits from her business, Pamela plans to invest some amount in her retail business and use the remaining amount to pay her childrens' school fees. Her hopes and dreams are to be a successful business woman with lots of business ventures.
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