A loan of $3,875 helped a member to improve the condition of the fish sales stall and to have enough liquidity to ensure a steady supply of fish.


Compressor Group's story

Goodliva B. is in her mid-thirties and is married with three children. Goodliva has been running a table top fish selling business for one and a half years. The shop is open between 7:30 am and 9:00 pm and earns Goodliva a low monthly profit. This will be Goodliva's third loan with Tujijenge Tanzania. Goodliva used her previous loans to increase her business and to make sure that she always has enough liquidity to restock if she needed to. These loans were all successfully repaid. Goodliva aims to use this next loan to improve the condition of the stall and to have enough liquidity to ensure a steady supply of fish. Goodliva will share this loan with her loan group, Compressor, which totals 10 members. The members of the group will hold each other accountable for repaying the loans. In the picture, Goodliva can be seen wearing red in the front row.

In this group: Goodliva, Allen, Zaitumi, Scola, Consolata, Zainab, Nasra, Juliana, Efransia, Leonea, Magret, Mwasit, Gonotesia, Abraham, Ausi
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