Rose, age 40, owns and operates a food kiosk to earn an income. She opened her business six months ago and now earns a monthly income of KES 30,000 after boosting her stock with the funds from her second loan.
Rose and her husband Thomas have two children, ages 10 and 22.
She is requesting a third loan in the amount of KES 70,000. She will use her loan funds to purchase cooking oil and bales of flour to use in her food kiosk. The expected profit she earns will be reinvested back to her business.
She dreams of being financially stable and improving the support she can offer her children.
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