A loan helped to buy cigarettes, sugar, coffee, salt, fish, eggs, and water.


Laurinda's story

Laurinda is 27 years old and married with 2 children. She has a kiosk, that she started in 2016, where many people come to buy goods every day. Running her business has made Laurinda independent because she can be responsible for herself and also help support her family.

She previously borrowed and repaid all of her loan on time and now would like a loan of $1,000 from KIF to help improve her kiosk. She plans to use this loan to buy additional supplies such as cigarettes, sugar, coffee, salt, fish, eggs, and water.

Laurinda hopes to run a bigger business in the future and wants to thank lenders for this opportunity.


This loan is special because:

It provides entrepreneurs in underserved communities with the means to grow their businesses.



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