Total loan: $1,400
Awesome Mothers Group
Harare, Harare Province, Zimbabwe / Arts
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A loan helped to restock beads and accessories for her products in preparation for her next trip to Victoria Falls.
Awesome Mothers Group's story
Crisper is a woman who is 55 years old. She stays in Mabvuku at her parents’ house. She is a single woman with no dependents. Crisper is in the business of making baskets, sun hats, handbags, and other things using beads which she restocks from town. She sells her products in Victoria Falls through her neighbor who organizes clients for her. Crisper says there were changes in customer taste and preferences, hence she acquired funds to reflect changes in the market onto her products. Crisper and her three friends from church decided to form a group which they named Awesome Mothers and they came to Thrive Microfinance after they heard about its marketing agent and decided to come applying for a loan. The group came to Thrive Microfinance and they registered their group. They met the requirements and they managed to get the funding they acquired. The group managed to get a combined loan and from that, Crisper used her share to restock more beads and accessories for her products in preparation for her next trip to Victoria Falls.