A loan of $1,075 helped starting a cereal sales business to diversify her income.


Elizabeth Mbulwa's story

Elizabeth is married to Salim and they have two children: Antony and Carolyne, who are 15 and 7 years old respectively. She was introduced to KADET through existing clients and has no previous credit history. Elizabeth has been in the embroidery business for six years. She will use her loan to start a cereal sales business (maize) in order to diversify her income. She runs her business is in a slum that is highly populated. Elizabeth's clients are residents of the area. Elizabeth also supplies embroidery items to other towns. With the extra profits, she intends to buy more machines for embroidery. In the future, Elizabeth aspires to open an embroidery school. She describes herself as hardworking. About KADET: The Kenya Agency for the Development of Enterprise and Technology (KADET) is dedicated to economically empowering clients by providing financial services to improve living conditions of micro-entrepreneurs and their children across Kenya. KADET is the microfinance subsidiary of World Vision Kenya. For more information on KADET, visit www.kadet.co.ke



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