A loan of $375 helped to stock more foodstuffs to cook and sell in her restaurant.


Kiden's story

Kiden S. is 29 years old and married to a teacher. She has two school-aged children. She is currently in the business of selling foodstuffs such as rice, posho, beans etc. in her restaurant. She is requesting a loan to stock more foodstuffs to cook and sell in her restaurant. With the extra profits from her loan, S. hopes to be able to pay her children's school fees.

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