Jecklor is 51 years old and runs a retail shop in Kangundo town. She is widowed and a mother of six children. She has been in the business for 16 years and currently makes a monthly income of 12,000 Kenya Shillings.
This being her third loan term, she plans to use the amount to buy more stock of goods to sell. This includes cooking oil, rice, flour, sugar and household goods. She also plans to buy chicken and a start poultry business. She will use the anticipated income to pay school fees for her children.
Jecklor hopes to grow her retail shop and be successful in her business and hence be able to improve the living standards of her family.
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