Update on SostenaSostena is now 62 years old, and she is happily living with her family. She is still operating her cereals store, and her monthly income has improved to KES 23,000.
Sostena has borrowed KES 65,000 from KADET LTD, which she intends to use to pay school fees and buy more cereals to sell. The anticipated income from her business will be used to improve the living standards of her family.
Her dream is to see her business expand and to improve the living standards of her family.
Previous Loan DetailsSostena is a married lady, 61 years old, and blessed with two children, aged 38 and 19 years old. Her spouse, Jacob, is a farmer, thus contributing some income to the family. Sostena owns a food store in the Kapsaos trading centre. Her food store has been in operation for a period of twelve years... More from Sostena's previous loan »
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