Total loan: $1,300

Roses Purple Group

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Marondera, Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe / Clothing

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A loan helped to restock secondhand clothes and vegetables.

Roses Purple Group's story

Rosemary lives in Dombotombo near Marondera and sells vegetables and clothes at a community selling market. Rosemary has been in the business for 10 years.

Rosemary is coming to Thrive for the second time. She previously got a loan amount of $300 and she restocked secondhand clothes and vegetables. Her business has been performing well.

Rosemary is a 48-year-old. She is mother of two, and her husband is a farmer in rural areas.

Rosemary got a loan amount of $400 recently, which she used to restock secondhand clothes and vegetables for her vegetable stall. Rosemary hopes that with enough profits, in the future she can be able to open a green grocery store at the Dombotombo market.