Total loan: $1,300

Crocodile Purple Group

Marondera, Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe / Food

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A loan helped to buy fish and clothing.

Crocodile Purple Group's story

Netsai resides in Masomere and runs her business in that area. She has a strong business selling fish and clothing for the past three years. She is contributing greatly in her household as she is a single mother. She is 48 years old and has four children, two of whom are school-going. Netsai has a total business value of $609 USD. In her fish business she usually spends $300 USD to procure her stock and normally gets about $800 USD in total sales. Netsai sells her products on credit and the costumers usually pay on month end.

Netsai and the other two members formed a group called Crocodile Purple and came to apply for a business loan. Gracia is into horticulture and poultry businesses whilst Egness has a salon and sells cosmetic products. The group is based at Masomera which is roughly 30 kilometres south of Marondera Central Business District. Members of Crocodile Purple took a combined loan and Netsai used her share to buy fish and clothing.