A loan helped to increase working capital in order to purchase electronics stock for the business.

Metrine's story

Metrine is an experienced and skilled Kenyan entrepreneur who owns and runs an electronics shop within the Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya. She started the business in 2015 as a way of providing a stable means of livelihood for her family of four, and over time the business has experienced steady growth. Metrine is well known within the camp, and has been able to amass a loyal base of clients over the past few years that she has been in business.

The business is strategically located to serve both the refugees and host community with quality electronics at an affordable price. With the growth experienced, the shop has been able to accommodate one additional employee to help out in running the business.

Metrine underwent holistic entrepreneurship training with AEC, focused towards financial management and increasing sales for the business. She is requesting a loan to enable her to expand her business even further, by increasing her working capital for additional electronics stock. This will ensure she continues meeting the ever-growing demand for such items at the camp.

This loan is special because:

It help refugees integrate into their host communities.

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