Caroline is 32 years old, a female, and married. She has two children, 8 1/2 and 5, who she supports.
She was introduced to KADET Ltd by a Kadet officer, and she has a retail shop which she sells malimali (household items). She has been in this business for four years; it is located at Ngala phase 5. She earns a monthly income in her business of ksh. 5,250.
She is taking her second loan of ksh.40,000, which she intends to use to add stock to her business by buying buckets, basins, plastic shoes, plates, cups, and sufurias (cooking pots).
Caroline will use the anticipated profit to expand her business by making it into a wholesale shop.
Her hopes and dreams for her future business and family are to grow her business and educate her children.
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