A loan helped to purchase more inventory for his grocery shop.


Joseph's story

Joseph is a happy young man with a knack for business. After completing high school, Joseph worked in his family garden and made enough money to start selling banana juice to his neighbors.

With the profits from his juice business, Joseph opened up a grocery store near one of Rwanda's six refugee camps.

Because this refugee community is in a very isolated area, the residents aren't always able to get the goods and services that they need. Joseph saw a business opportunity and he took it!

Now that his store is up and running, Joseph needs some capital to purchase more inventory.

As of now, Joseph can't always meet the demands of his customers. Joseph is an energetic entrepreneur who will certainly grow his business even more in the future.


This loan is special because:

It offers a full package of support for Rwanda's promising entrepreneurs.



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