Total loan: $1,800

Angella Group

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Murewa, Mashonaland East Province, Zimbabwe / Clothing

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A loan helped to buy more baby wear, java fabric, and ladies' shoes.

Angella Group's story

Hazvinei is a 28-year-old woman who is outspoken. She enjoys talking to people.

She runs a flea market business at a business centre in Murehwa rural; she rents a stall from the Murehwa rural district council. She is hopeful that with time she will buy a commercial stand and build a shop for her business. She sells mainly clothing, ranging from baby wear and adults' clothing. She restocks her products locally from Harare.

Hazvinei joined hands with two other ladies who also operate their small businesses at the same location. They named the group after one of the group members, Angella. The purpose of the group is to learn to use money well and to access loan finance for business capital. As a group, they applied for a loan of USD 1,800. Hazvinei’s share is USD 800, which she used to buy more baby wear, java fabric, and ladies' shoes.