A loan helped a member to buy fish and beans to sell.

Sikadzakokha Group's story

Mary is a 29 year old woman. She is married with 10 children and also has one relative who relies on her. Her husband runs a small business.

Mary sells fish and beans. She would like to use her portion of the loan to pay for more stocks of fish and beans as well as pay for transport. The proceeds from her sales will enable her to feed her family and pay for other household expenses. She started the business to be independent and support her family.

Mary desires to own a good house, purchase livestock and work with increased capital in the future.

In this group: Mary, Charity, Esmie, Mary, Nassy, Lucia, Tiyanjane, Cecilia, Emily, Jenifer, Chrissy, Aida, Stellia, Mary, Lucia, Ellina, Dorothy, Elufe, Joyce, Joyce, Vilolet, Pilirani, Kellita, Elliza, Mary, Alice, Mary, Manes, Ferria

This loan is special because:

It enables women living below the poverty line to start businesses.

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