Chaplain Yobak is a 35-year-old business man who lives in Nimule. He is married with three children between the ages of three and twelve. All of them go to school. Chaplain Yobak runs a general store, and he has been in business for five years. He has no employees.
Chaplain Yobak heard about Finance Sudan through promotions by the loan officers. He is taking a loan of 3,000 SSP to purchase more batteries, phone covers, and other items. This business is his only source of income.
In five years, Chaplain Yobak would like to expand his business and open other branches. His major challenges include high market prices and high transportation costs. He says he is happy for the loans given by finance Sudan through the help of Kiva.