A loan of $4,850 helped a member the purchase of more of more bags of rice and coffee for resell.


Kazinga Development Group-Kihihi's story

B. Benon, 41, belongs to the Kazinga Development group-Kihihi. He is married with three kids and for six years he has been running a food-selling business in the Kihihi Market. Primarily he has sold rice and coffee. To start up in this business, he relied on his savings given the fact that he is a secondary school teacher. Benon says that hard work and the good chord he has struck with his clients have gotten him where he is today. He still teaches and earns a salary. His business earns a profit of 70,000 shillings weekly. With this loan he says he is going to procure more bags of the aforementioned food to resell.

In this group: Benon, Agnes, Wilberforce, Lydia, Ezra, Medard, Edith, Benon, Erick, Mishaki, Margret, Maria, Chrisopher, Zawari, Samuel, Muzamil*, David, Ashimu, Domnic, Benon, Ibrahim, Moses, Kedress*, Florence, Medius, Stephen, Olive*
*not pictured


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