For the last 5 years, Rukia has been selling khangas (a traditional type of women's dress in central/east Africa) in a shop to the general public. She chose to join Yehu because it has a clear regulatory framework. Rukia aims to expand her business and reach more customers. Her major business challenge is credit defaulters. Rukia plans to use this KES 30,000 loan to purchase bundles of khangas to sell.
About Yehu Microfinance TrustThis loan is administered by Yehu Microfinance Trust, which was founded in 1998 as a project of CHOICE Humanitarian Kenya. In July 2007, Yehu became a separate entity from CHOICE and was registered as a trust. Since then, Yehu has expanded to cover over half of Kenya’s 13 coastal districts.
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