A loan of $800 helped to purchase additional stocks of cooking oil, washing powder, and mealie meal.


Enety's story

Enety is a female aged 30 years, living in Harare, Zimbabwe. She is single and stays with her young sister and young brother, who are both in college. She runs a tuck shop business where she sells items such as rice, cooking oil, mealie meal, washing powder, bathing soaps, toothpaste, and milk, among other items.

Enety has requested a loan from Microhub to be able to purchase additional stocks of cooking oil, washing powder, and mealie meal, as these products are high movers in her business and she would want to increase her stocks accordingly.

Income from this business will help her to take care of her siblings, and pay for the college fees, and also support her parents who stay in the rural areas. This business is her only source of income for her to achieve all this.


This loan is special because:

It creates opportunity for rural businesses to access capital for growth



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