A loan helped a member to buy day old chicks, feeds and vaccines.


Dimbe Group's story

Victoria started doing various kinds of businesses after finishing her studies. Currently she is into poultry business where she is making progress in reaching to all her potential customers.

She keeps layers, roadrunners and broilers. Currently she got 30 layers and she get one crate of eggs per day which she sells at 9 USD per crate. She sells her broilers and roadrunners to local people. She usually gets profits of around 370 USD per month after deducting all business expenditures.

Victoria is now 45 and is married with four children. She used her profits to pay for her children’s school fees.

Victoria together with her friends heard about Thrive from other women who benefited from the loans and they all decided to come and apply for a business loan and named their group. The group is based in Marondera.

Other group members specialize in horticulture and poultry businesses. They received a combined group loan of 2200 USD and Victoria used her portion to buy day old chicks, feeds and vaccines.

In this group: Victoria , Roseline , Faustina , Emelda , Perpetua


This loan is special because:

It helps women access affordable funding with targeted business training.



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