Zenab, age 28, operates a retail store business to earn an income. Her store is located at Zhogeto. She has been engaged in this business for the past four years. She earns a monthly income of KSH 11,760. Zenab and her husband support four children, ages five, seven, 10, and 12.
Zenab was introduced to KADET Ltd by a KADET officer. Her previous loan of KSH 25,000 was paid back successfully. She is now requesting her second loan in the amount of KSH 40,000. She intends to use her loan funds to add necessary stock to her business, such as toothpaste, bathing soap, toothbrushes, bread, sugar, salt, wheat flour, maize flour, cooking oil, and rice.
Zenab will use the anticipated profits to expand her business by turning it into a wholesale shop. Her hopes and dreams for her future business and family are to open another business and to educate her children.
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