A loan helped to purchase additional stock of men's shirts, men's jackets, women's blouses, and women's skirts.


Monicah's story

Monicah is a female, 40 years old, living in Harare, Zimbabwe. She stays with her husband, who is a truck driver, and their three children, two in high school, and one in primary school. She runs a flea market where she sells items such as men's shirts, men's jackets, women's blouses, and women's skirts among other items, a business she has been running for four years now.

Monicah has requested a loan from Microhub to purchase additional stock of men's shirts, men's jackets, women's blouses, and women's skirts, which she imports from Tanzania and Mozambique. Her husband has a low paying job as a truck driver; hence the family largely depends on income from this business for survival, and for the payment of their children's fees.


This loan is special because:

It creates opportunity for rural businesses to access capital for growth



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