Vhibi, age 32, runs a grocery business in the town of Tala. She has been engaged in this business for five years and reports that it has been profitable. Vhibi and her husband have three children.
This will be her second loan term, and she plans to use the loan fundst to buy a stock of grocery items to offer for sale.This will include vegetables such as cabbages, spinach, potatoes, onions, and tomatoes, as well as fruits such as mangoes, oranges, and bananas.
She hopes to grow her business and eventually to open a larger grocery store, which will allow her to earn more income and be able to pay school fees for her children.
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