Kavumbi is 63 years old, married and a mother of six children. For the last two years, she has earned a living by selling fruits and vegetables from her food kiosk in Malindi. Kavumbi earns a monthly income of KES 14,400 from the business.
She was introduced to KADET LTD by a credit officer and is applying for her second loan of KES 60,000 to buy additional stock for the business such as tomatoes, pineapples, oranges, and onions to sell to her customers.
Kavumbi will use the profits made possible by this loan to pay for her children's school fees as well as expand the business. Her goal for the future is to continue growing the business so that she may uplift her family's financial stability.
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