A loan helped to purchase sugar, rice, cooking oils and fats, bars of soap, and other items to sell.


Ruth's story

Ruth is 31 years old and married. She supports three people in her household. Ruth is a shopkeeper and has operated this business for two years. She earns an average of 15,000 KES monthly from the business.

This is Ruth's first loan and she has borrowed 30,000 KES. She hopes to use this amount to purchase sugar, rice, cooking oils and fats, bars of soap, and other items to sell. Ruth is hopeful this will bring her more customers and increase her revenue.

The anticipated profits from the improved business will be used to repay Ruth's loan and pay school fees for her children. Ruth's future hopes and dreams are to promote her family by providing a better education for her children.


This loan is special because:

It provides financial services and education in deep rural areas.



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