Eunice is 34 years old, divorced and has six children who are in school.
She has a charcoal and grocery business in Naivasha that she has been running for four years with an average income of 30,000 KES. Eunice has applied for her first loan that will enable her to purchase charcoal and additional stock such as bananas, potatoes and tomatoes. With her anticipated profit, Eunice plans to improve her business and pay school fees.
In the near future, Eunice hopes to be financially stable and educate her children.
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