A loan helped a member to buy more groceries to sell.

Malaina Group's story

Manes is 36 years old and a widow. She has two children who rely on her financially. She owns a grocery shop. She started the business to be self-dependent. Two of her family members work with her in the business.

Manes will use her share of the loan to buy more groceries to sell, including sugar, cooking oil, bread, soap, matches and candles. The proceeds from the sales will enable her to pay for her children's school fees.

Manes plans to open other small businesses and purchase livestock in the future.

Note: Edna is the extra person appearing in the photo. She chose not to participate in the loan. She signed the client waiver.

In this group: Loveness, Tikhala, Chrissy, Beatrice, Aida, Milika, Flonnie, Edda, Esmy, Egreni, Linite, Manes, Patricia, Martha

This loan is special because:

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

Loan details

Lenders and lending teams

Loan details