A loan of $1,200 helped buy drugs and integrate other services in the clinic.

Wilfred's story

Wilfred N. is a 59-year-old nurse who manages his own private facility in Chuka, in the eastern part of Kenya. He lives with his wife and five of his children at his Kathigirithini home.

He qualified as a nurse in 1976, and worked for the government for 22 years. In 1998, he retired and set up his own clinic, Sunrise Medical Clinic, in the town of Chuka. He offers a wide range of services, including general curative, family planning, maternal and child health services, and also has a pharmacy and a laboratory.

N. attributes his success to hard work and assistance from two previous microfinance loans from K-MET. He requests another loan of US $1200 so he can increase his stock of drugs and integrate other services in his facility.

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