Evaline is 35 years old, married to Kipkorir, and she provides for three members of her family. She runs a matatu (local transportation) business in Kapsabet town, served by Kenya Agency for Development of Enterprise and Technology's Kapsabet office. This has been her income-generating business for the last three years. The business generates an average monthly income of KES 35,000.
Evaline plans to use the amount borrowed, KES 30,000, to do repairs and maintenance of her matatu, in addition to financing her horticulture business. She plans to reinvest the anticipated profits into the business.
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