Total loan: $1,000
Kitengela;Nairobi, Nairobi County, Kenya / Services
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Evelyne Akinyi's story
Evelyne is married and has two children whom she and her husband support. Evelyne was introduced to KADET by a client who is already in a group and a member of KADET. She is requesting her first loan and has not joined any other microfinance institutions. Evelyne has been in the business of selling waste paper for three years and has a good income. She plans to use her loan to purchase more waste paper. Evelyne's business is located in a busy open-air market; the population is large, so there are many customers. She will use her extra profits to start a paper-recycling factory. She hopes to become a prominent businesswoman and describes herself as enterprising and outgoing.