A loan of $4,100 helped a member to buy stocks of juice, water and soda, and to start selling chips.


Warumi Group's story

Bahati K., 29, is married with two children, aged ten and six months. She has a shop where she sells water, juice, and soda, and she is able to earn a monthly profit of around $210 USD. This will be Bahati’s first loan from Kiva partner, Tujijenge Tanzania. With her loan, she hopes to top up her stock in order to increase revenue, and start selling chips as well.
Bahati will share this loan with her loan group, Warumi, which totals 20 members. The members of the group will hold each other accountable in paying back the loan. In the picture, Bahati is seated in the second row, third from the right, just behind the lady with the baby. She is wearing a black dress.

In this group: Bahati, Jamila, Ashua, Leonista, Alfredina , Vichy, Helen*, Rahel, Salma, Maria, Upendo, Salama, Satuma, Mwashamba, Rukia, Esther*, Pasisi, Judit, Coi, Grace
*not pictured



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