A loan of $2,000 helped a member to buy traditional foods and vegetables for sale.

Doer Group's story

Ronika M. is a widow aged 56. She has 6 children. Two of her children aged 16 and 20 are still attending school. She also has two other dependents that she takes care of. She is the one in front on the group picture.

Ronika sells traditional foods like madora (Mopane worms), matemba (small dried fish), peanut butter, small grains, and vegetables. She has been operating her small business for the past 28 years. She buys her stocks from Binga and Gwanda. Fluctuations in transport costs negatively affect her business.

Ronika has requested this loan from MicroKing for the purpose of increasing her stocks. She believes that with access to microcredit, her income will increase resulting in improved diet and general welfare. She is also planning on expanding her operations by opening a peanut butter manufacturing company.

In this group: Ronicah, Rangarirai, Sibongile, Nyengeterai, Chipo

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