Total loan: $350
Lucky Summer, Nairobi County, Kenya / Food
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A loan helped To purchase supplies of fish to sell.
Emma Akinyi's story
Emma started a weaving/embroidery business four years ago and has built up her income to 25,000 Kenya Shillings a month from this business. She never took formal classes, but always had an interest in learning how to embroider and weave. Emma sought out a knowledgeable friend and learned the basics from her. Through her own practice and dedication, Emma became an advanced weaver. Emma now wants to diversify her income by entering the fish distribution market. This is Emma's third loan from KADET, but the first which she will use for a brand new business. Emma lives in an urban area and most of her customers are middle income earners. Emma's dream is to go to college and attend training in interior design. She is hoping that her fish distribution business will provide her with the money that she needs for tuition. About KADET: The Kenya Agency for the Development of Enterprise and Technology (KADET) is dedicated to economically empower her clients by providing financial services to improve living conditions of micro-entrepreneurs and their children across Kenya. KADET is the microfinance subsidiary of World Vision Kenya. Obtain more information on KADET from the website: www.kadet.co.ke